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R’Perspective: The struggle of voting with a religious conscience

From a time before I can remember, I’ve been a Catholic. I was baptized very young, and consequently have been going to church and...

Supreme Court holds back critical step against gerrymandering

Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit struck down North Carolina’s congressional districting map, claiming...

Truth hurts, but footage of the Texas church shooting should be...

Releasing footage to the public often gives rise to an ethical and societal dilemma, especially when it shows a violent incident. The question is...

House of Representatives invests in stock market today, divests from tomorrow

As House Republicans continue frantically searching for popular programs to gut in order to clear the financial hurdle needed for their plan to bestow...

Opioids, you’re fired! Supporting Trump’s declaration of the opioid crisis as...

America has declared public health emergencies plenty of times in the past, including the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak, the 2009 North Dakota storms and...

Op-Ed: Reframing campus free speech debates, creating conditions for desirable education

Debates about “free speech” rage on college campuses today. That the contours of these debates differ from the issues that gave rise to the...

There’s no badge for thinking for yourself

On Oct. 9, a group of Cub Scouts in Broomfield, Colorado met with Colorado State Senator Vicki Marble (R-Fort Collins) in a meeting organized...

NYT’s Thomas Edsall tackles white identity in Trump era

Thomas Edsall, leading political columnist for the New York Times, delivered a pointed assessment of the current political climate to an audience of about...

Libertarian commentator Julie Borowski offers an “alternative viewpoint” at UCR

At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7 in HUB 355, the UCR chapter of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) hosted Libertarian commentator and YouTube...

Lit pick of the Week: “The Quiet American” by Graham Greene

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...