February 13, 2018 Brad Johnson

To Kill a Mockingbird should remain an educational requirement. Books serve a transformational role in any society. Reading is one of the most basic and necessary functions for all individuals. So naturally, books rank of high importance in our educational system. Books (and by default, stories) offer something that little…

February 12, 2018 Thomas Zimmerman 1Comment

The Church offers various things men are in need of. This Sunday, your local church will experience a gender gap. With most church congregations consisting of 61% women and 39% men, there will be 13 million more American women than men in church this Sunday. Most churches in the country…

February 6, 2018 Logan Kolas

Our troops deserve our support. As millions of Americans across the globe go about their daily routines, others will not be afforded the same opportunity. Their day has no constant, their lives no guarantee, and their sacrifices are unyielding and all too often unquestioned. Our men and women in the…

January 29, 2018 The Editorial Board 1Comment

A new proposal would take student education in a new direction come 2019. The University of Cincinnati will hear a proposal entitled “Enhancement of General Education Student Learning Outcomes In Support of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.” It is aimed at restructuring the class requirements for first-year students beginning in the…

January 26, 2018 Regina Barton 1Comment

The University of Cincinnati is at it again. Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), a new conservative activism organization at the University of Cincinnati, will be hosting pro-life speaker Star Parker on February 15th. Her much anticipated speech will be focused on race’s connection to abortion and welfare dependency. Parker’s conservative…

January 25, 2018 Thomas Zimmerman 1Comment

First impressions are crucial. For many young men who go off to college, there are many things you must learn how to do on your own for the first time. Wake up on time, do your homework, and how to eat properly are all things our parents drilled into us…

January 23, 2018 Brad Johnson

This article originally appeared in The Millennial Review. History is a complex concept. What is history? Is it the stagnant noun often thought of in the past tense? Or is it more of an action verb that occurs in the present, but reflected upon by way of the past? Do…

January 19, 2018 Cody Rizzuto

Seemingly little decisions can have significant impact. One of my favorite pastimes is to hypothesize the “what if’s” of history. In the hindsight of events, it is utterly fascinating how seemingly small, mundane decisions can have enormous historical ramifications. It often makes me wonder how my own life would be…

January 19, 2018 Thomas Zimmerman

Empty efforts will go nowhere. The New Year has come and gone, and the same can be said for many of our Resolutions. While nearly 60% of Americans make resolutions every New Year, just 8% of them feel as if they ever achieve their goals for the year.  A vast…

January 18, 2018 Kyle Kirker

City Council Democrats vote to raise property taxes. Last week, the Democrats on Cincinnati City Council took their first high profile action since the 2017 election: raise taxes on the middle class. The 7-2 vote approved an increase in property taxes to pay for the rebuilding of the Western Hills…