BSA POV: Life After Quarantine

Jonah Kim

May 4, 2020

Governor Laura Kelly’s recent announcement of a four-phase plan to reopen the state begs the question of how will people live differently after coronavirus. With hundreds of thousands infected, restaurants, gyms and public fa...

BSA POV: A Blast From the Past

Diego Klish

April 8, 2020

The article below was written in a different time, before coronavirus was declared a pandemic and stay-at-home orders went into effect. The casual responses of confidence in our safety and belief in the virus’s harmlessness re...

POV – Racist Mascotry (Chiefs, but not just them)

Katie Eckert

February 20, 2020

It is awesome that the Chiefs won the Super Bowl, but there is an undeniable shadow cast on the team by some of the themes in their fan gear and cheers. While their new branding and mascots make it easy to forget, the Chiefs, ...

BSA POV: U.S. Assassination

Edie Patterson

January 27, 2020

It was only the fourth day of 2020 when news about a potential World War Three began spreading through social media and a good majority of American teenagers began anticipating absolute disaster. This seemingly out-of-the-blue ...

BSA POV: Impeachment Inquiry

Matthew Petillo

November 21, 2019

Perhaps one of the most significant events of the decade is taking place at this moment. The media is going crazy about it; politicians are screaming about it. This event is, of course, the impeachment inquiry of President Donald...

BSA POV: Fair Pay to Play Act

Peter Westbrook

October 31, 2019

Throughout the history of American collegiate athletics, it has not only been illegal for colleges to pay their athletes, but college athletes have also been banned from profiting in any way from their name, image or likeness....

BSA POV: Vaping Epidemic

Evan McHenry

October 2, 2019

If you have been following the news recently, you’ve likely heard of the “vaping epidemic” in the United States. The topic has made headlines recently after several vaping-related deaths have occurred. This recent uptick in...

BSA POV: Amazon Rainforest Fires

Katie Eckert

September 12, 2019

The Amazon Rainforest is burning. A section of the Brazilian Amazon has been for over three weeks straight after several years of intermittent burning to clear land for farming. It is also a huge carbon sink, responsible for cl...