Little Theatre President Claire Bingaman talks about how the club helped her find her footing in college and how she is working to extend that welcoming atmosphere to future generations
Unity Outreach Coordinator Karen Jesch share’s her experience coming out and how Unity can provide a community for people struggling with identity amidst the pandemic
Opinion Editor Khalil Gordon takes a break from the doom and gloom of the world by reminding us that we are ultimately free to do whatever we want to.
The Griffin believes that, with social media, “we can laugh at, screenshot, and share 280-character tweets that we disagree with, and don’t have to listen to a more sophisticated message that actually challenges our beliefs.”
“While Harris was largely reduced to fending off Pence’s accusations of government takeover … Pence lived up to his surname by being penny wise but pound foolish on the matter.” Read The Griffin’s analysis of Wednesday’s VP Debate.
Opinion Editor Khalil Gordon discusses his struggle with drifting away from his heritage and finding a new identity amidst the chaos of summer 2020. “I remember lying in my bed last semester in Dugan wondering, ‘Why do I feel so empty?’”
Have you been in need of a little break from the monotony of social distancing, Bailey McOwen has found some reprieve in the popular Enneagram and Myers-Briggs online personality tests. Some people claim that these tests are pseudo-science, and McOwen’s ran the experiments to make sure.
Tuesday’s debate drew negative reviews from The Griffin. “The constant bickering between the candidates made the broadcast an incomprehensible and ultimately unproductive mess.” But to be fair, did anyone expect anything different?
A trio of contentious Constitutional issues involving the Senate, Supreme Court, and D.C. and Puerto Rican statehood could be resolved, according to Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy, if “Democrats could trade state and Supreme Court stability for a proportional Senate.”
Even with the Buffalo population declining, there are so many reasons people should stay from the culture, to the culinary and athletic revivals. “There are so many small businesses and local restaurants that people support, it’s almost frowned upon to go to a chain restaurant.”