Op-Ed

By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 6, Volume 33 of The University Register on November 20, 2020

Those of you who read my last editorial, you may remember that I referenced the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM). Last issue, I was focused on the reasons why the D...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 6, Volume 33 of The University Register on November 20, 2020

Before I start, I just want to say that the new barrier-free test location at the Armory is fantastic, and anyone even somewhat responsible for getting that established as a...

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By Marie Anderson, Contributor Originally published in Issue 6, Volume 33 of The University Register on November 20, 2020

Lesley Gore is a lesbian feminist icon whose music you have probably heard of, but you may not know it. This is a fact that I, as a fan, have learned to expect anytime I cons...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 5, Volume 33 of The University Register on November 6, 2020

If you have ever taken a psychology class, you have probably heard about the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM). Lately, I have been thinkin...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 5, Volume 33 of The University Register on November 6, 2020

As of late afternoon on Wednesday, a Biden victory feels pretty inevitable, barring any outlandish brouhaha in the courts. So it is with much relief that we can finally expec...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 4, Volume 33 of The University Register on October 23, 2020

It’s almost the end of October, and you all know what that means: Halloween! I, for one, have always loved Halloween. I can’t exactly handle modern horror movies (I saw IT...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 4, Volume 33 of The University Register on October 23, 2020

Amid the extremely harsh news about our new normal, in March, Minnesotans were also blessed with a small reprieve: winter mostly ended on time. Late March and April were, for...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 3, Volume 33 of The University Register on October 9, 2020

Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day, an annual awareness day that began in 1992 as an attempt to increase world awareness about mental health. Every year, the day has a theme...

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By Desmond Homann, Variety Editor Originally published in Issue 3, Volume 33 of The University Register on October 9, 2020

Trigger warning: mentions of transphobia and homophobia, mentions of conversion therapy and violence.

For the sake of my general sanity, I try to avoid people who are open...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 3, Volume 33 of The University Register on October 9, 2020

Every presidential election cycle I see much tut-tutting, usually from wonk-aspiring liberals, about the spoiler effect. Particularly after the razor thin margin in Florida in...

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