How I Learned to Be a Critical Reader, An Open Letter to the Editors of the Tower

To Whom it May Concern on the Editorial Staff of The Tower:       I would address this letter to your readers, but I’m not sure you have many readers now that you no longer print and are clearly in need of a marketing manager.

Tower Editorial – 3/18/2016

Another week has come and gone, and the University has yet again failed to communicate with its student body. Same story, old story; and yet, don’t you think the University would take the hint? How many problematic incidents must occur before the University seeks a greater level of transparency? Politicians are criticized for their secretiveness Read More …

The President’s Precedent

In the President’s eighth and current budget proposal, there was a removal of a $10 million-a-year grant that was used specifically for the continuation of abstinence only education in the United States. In continuing tradition, Congress refused to even see the budget. But this brings up an important topic, the changing tides of sexual education Read More …

Tower Editorial

At this week’s town hall meeting, students came prepared with questions determined to get real answers from President Garvey, but instead, he took their questions and sidestepped them with a smile. Following Garvey’s longwinded speech about how perfectly fine everything at the university is (plans for a varsity golf team are finally in the works!), Read More …

Issues of Clarity with SAGA

When Leslie Knope from the TV show Parks and Recreation entertains visiting dignitaries from Venezuela, she treats them to a vision of America’s pride and joy: freedom of speech and participation in democracy. While the residents of Pawnee, Indiana take this treasured freedom to the extreme, here at CUA we aren’t even given the chance. Read More …