The Harbinger believes the internet should be trusted, but within reason and the bounds of common sense.
A distrust in science and vaccines that is sweeping across the country is irresponsible and ignorant
Urging students to put away their screens and enjoy life in the present.
Making lights of a serious issue casts a shadow on American citizens.
The Harbinger staff believes that global regulations are needed to limit the global problem that is climate change.
Kansas Bill to require parental consent in order for students to receive sexual education in the classroom.
The Harbinger believes that the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action in Michigan is a step back, and that it should remain in place.
The U.S. needs to change its firearm laws in order to ensure the safety of American citizens.
The Harbinger voices their opinion on the campaign donation. Most of the staff agree and a few of the staff members do not agree with the cap campaign spending.
The Harbinger editorial board believes that the SAT changes are in the right direction, but standardized testing is still an inaccurate representation of students’ abilities to perform in college.
The editorial board defends the Coca-Cola ad unveiled during the Superbowl. The ad shows American pride and is not deserving of the media backlash it has received.
In the wake of West Virginia’s recent water contamination debacle, The Harbinger believes that the United States should work with the Environmental Protection Agency to create regulations that encourage safe business practices and ensure a clean future for American citizens.