The Observer

Democrats Will Eat Crow With Goose Chase Impeachment Inquiry

Democrats Will Eat Crow With Goose Chase Impeachment Inquiry

October 16, 2019

With the current set of evidence, the only way Democrats have conjured up the idea of Trump withholding Ukranian aid is based on their view of the president who they clearly are not fond of. Impeachment is too serious of a process for it to be based solely on hearsay and poorly understood transcripts.

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Airplane Mode

October 16, 2019

It was the notification from Chick-fil-A that drove me over the edge.

Staff Editorial: Our Club System Must Evolve With Us

Staff Editorial: Our Club System Must Evolve With Us

October 16, 2019

Club leadership issues have hit Lincoln Center particularly hard in the past few years.

You Should Let Some of Your High School Friends Go

You Should Let Some of Your High School Friends Go

October 16, 2019

As much as college is about moving forward, it’s also about letting go. Our high school days are over and consequently, some of our high school friendships are, too.

No Callbacks, No Tickets, Show Canceled: Ditching Performative Activism

No Callbacks, No Tickets, Show Canceled: Ditching Performative Activism

October 16, 2019

Some facets of social justice, it seems, have lost their intellectual fire and retired to the often frivolous, repetitive echo chamber that is social media. Since when did social justice become about being social, and not about being just?

A Progressive Case Against Medicare for All

A Progressive Case Against Medicare for All

October 16, 2019

Beyond the difficulties of implementing Medicare for All in the U.S., it is important to consider the ability of Democrats to win back the White House in 2020 if they want to implement any progressive changes to the health care system at all.

A Conservative Case Against Medicare for All

A Conservative Case Against Medicare for All

October 16, 2019

If we cut funding to our valuable research industry, ripple effects will be felt across the world.

Five Types of People You Meet in an Elevator

Five Types of People You Meet in an Elevator

October 16, 2019

We’ve all been there. A person comes in, and you think: “Here we go. Again.” Or maybe you were the person who came in and made everyone breathe a collective sigh of resignation.

Lincoln Center Students Need Hoverboards

Lincoln Center Students Need Hoverboards

October 16, 2019

It is absolutely outrageous that the university expects us to go through the arduous task of putting one foot in front of the other for longer than five total minutes to get to a class.

Staff Editorial: More Than Awareness

Staff Editorial: More Than Awareness

October 2, 2019

As young adults in a global society, we have a choice to make: will we remain comfortable in our understanding of activism as simple moral junk food, or will we utilize our familiarity with the tools of modern communication to recognize the full potential of every last act of awareness?

Commuters Manage Their Time Better Than You Do

Commuters Manage Their Time Better Than You Do

October 2, 2019

Here at FLC, residents are able to go to their classes with a sufficient amount of sleep and a good breakfast, lunch or dinner — but that’s not possible for me. Commuters are constantly racing against time, trying to make a minute seem like an hour.

We Should Not Write Ourselves Into Tragedies

We Should Not Write Ourselves Into Tragedies

October 2, 2019

In our bids to claim proximity to tragedy we romanticize tragedy itself. Our genuine concern for victims of tragedy is compromised by our insistence upon self-victimization.