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Centrists, pick a side on the gun debate
February 23, 2018
Editor-in-chief candidate Cuillin Chastain-Howley pushes back against centrists' rhetoric surrounding gun control.
Pressure City Council to fix Austin’s hostile renting environment
February 18, 2018
Editor-in-Chief candidate Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that the Austin City Council must better account for the interests of renters.
Manning offers valuable perspective
September 18, 2017
Associate Editor Cuillin Chastain-Howley defends Manning's place as a Harvard fellow.
It’s time to stop enabling white supremacy
August 18, 2017
Associate editor Cuillin Chastain-Howley criticizes the establishment failures that enabled the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
Zuckerberg donations could help Flint
May 4, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley urges Zuckerberg to aid Flint residents.
Prosecuting Wikileaks staff would set dangerous precedent
April 27, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that prosecuting Wikileaks could silence future whistleblowers.
O'Rourke Senate bid must channel Sanderism
April 20, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley urges O'Rourke to learn from adopt Sanderism.
Public opposition checks bad behavior from start-ups
April 13, 2017
Senior Columnist Chastain-Howley explains the importance of holding start-ups accountable for bad behavior.
Bannon’s tenure as advisor shows incompetence
March 21, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley discusses Bennon's lack of experience in politics.
Grammys "Album Of The Year" award is a sham
February 16, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that the Grammys often fail to reward the most deserving artists.
Universal basic income offers solution to future automation
February 8, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley explains why we should consider implementing a universal basic income.
Popular resistance, not Democrats, will stop Trump
February 2, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that Democratic politicians won't stop Trump without popular demand.
Nazi punching poses no moral dilemma
January 26, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley explains why punching Richard Spencer poses no ethical dilemna.
Liberal pundits must remain grounded
January 19, 2017
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley calls out detached liberal pundits.
Fake news threatens online discourse
November 21, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley discusses the troubling implications of fake news and social media echo chambers/
Local elections lack meaningful choices
November 6, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that local elections fail to offer voters meaningful choices.
Doctors let patients down by over-prescribing painkillers
October 24, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley discusses why the burden of tackling perscription drug abuse must fall at least in part on doctors.
Pusha T’s Clinton endorsement makes sense, if you think about it
October 10, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley discusses the logic behind Pusha T's Clinton endorsement.
Outrage over Kaepernick protests misses the point
September 26, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that outrage over Kaepernick's national anthem protests is hypocritical.
Removing the headphone jack is just one of Apple’s Tech advancements
September 18, 2016
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley explains why you shouldn't panic about the death of the headphone jack.
Texas' meaningless presidential race makes third party voting viable
August 31, 2016
Guest columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley argues that Texas' near guaranteed presidential race makes voting for a third party candidate a viable option.
Sanders’ success defies gender stereotypes
January 24, 2016
Guest columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley discusses how Bernie Sanders has managed to gain the support of female millenial voters.
The hypocrisy of the "War on Christmas"
November 23, 2015
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley writes that pundits' rhetoric around the so-called "War on Christmas" is a conservative form of politically correct culture.
Candidates need to stop trying to act like the "cool uncle"
November 9, 2015
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley criticizes presidential candidates tendency to pander to young voters.
DEA drug scheduling process illogical, should be reformed
September 30, 2015
Columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley writes that the Drug Enforcement Agency does Americans a disservice by inaccurately categorizing certain drugs.
Conscious rap is part of the genre's greater diverse whole
August 31, 2015
Guest columnist Cuillin Chastain-Howley believes that the vilification of the rap genre stops listeners from seeing the genre's greater variety and depth, and that the recent trend of conscious rap to discredit all other subgenres needs to stop.