The End of BoJo’s Mojo

The announcement of British prime minister Boris Johnson’s pending resignation on July 7 came as a surprise to few, as demissions from some 50-plus members of his government made clear that Johnson’s swansong had come along. His premiership, which will last a shade over three years when all is said and done, may be spoken […]

The Case for Coach Kennedy: On Campus and Beyond

Though the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health took top billing this term, the court issued another important decision this month: In a 6–3 decision, the court ruled that Coach Joe Kennedy had been unfairly disciplined after offering prayers onfield after football games.  Kennedy, who was fired from his coaching position at […]

Why I Won’t Miss Schliss

Former President Mark Schissel’s surprise downfall sent shockwaves through campus Saturday evening, and left many wondering how his now-obvious inappropriate relationship went unnoticed for so long. Still, others reflected on the situation through meme pages, fan-fiction articles, and merchandising opportunities. The celebrations outside of the President’s House on January 15th attest to the popular sentiment […]