Project Conservation Secretary Angie Liriano recommends her club because “being in a larger group it feels like you are having more of an impact, even though individuals themselves have an impact.”
What conditions is Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy talking about when he says that “transitioning to a multi-party system under these conditions carries no political cost?”
Opinion Editor Khalil Gordon goes over some topics that he has had to skip over during the semester.
By Korey Martineau
The Griffin discusses President-elect Joseph Biden and takes a look at his problematic political history. “It is hard to feel genuine excitement about Biden’s victory, just the relief that he is marginally better than Donald Trump.”
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy argues that “instead of cramming years of campaigning and hundreds of millions of votes into a few weeks of voting, we should decide the election by the number of members each party has.”
Long time opinion contributor Bailey McOwen shares her take that excessive zeal in an election year is just as detrimental as apathy and urges you not to get too comfortable with the career politicians in power.
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy discusses how “Republicans, despite likely losing the presidency, were able to stave off the threat of tepidly left-wing justices, bureaucratic officials, and legislation.”
For Alum Dan Ryan, Canisius’ frequent and unfortunate appearances in recent media are a source of great distress. As such he and others like him have banded together to preserve the spirit of the college.
Magda Janik, a Polish international student gives her take on a harsh, new abortion law that has been passed in her home country by the national-conservative party.