Sexual assault display uses questionable statistics

The first of my final two articles for The Chimes this semester. This article, originally posted here, is more concerned with the university's politics, so I understand that it may be for a narrower audience. However, I believe the take-away points are universally helpful.   “There are lies, damned lies and statistics,” the well-known American … Continue reading Sexual assault display uses questionable statistics

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A debate troll shares five principles to win every debate

My first satire piece for The Chimes, originally published here. These principles are a small collection of debate strategies I've come against in either competitive debate or online/social media discussions. If we can't avoid them, at least we can make fun of them. Comments and suggestions are always welcome, especially if you've ran into any … Continue reading A debate troll shares five principles to win every debate

Orange County votes to join federal lawsuit against California

Again, I'm found favoring my printed title over my online title - Orange County no longer apple of State's eye. This is the next article I have had published by The Chimes. It originally appears here. My focus was to cover new while incorporating a story-like opening. Quite a few readers enjoyed the style, and … Continue reading Orange County votes to join federal lawsuit against California

James’ peach and James’ faith encourages Christians to pursue works

My newest article with The Chimes, originally published here. I tried to work on integrating a more story-esque writing style. I need a bit of improvement, but it's a good place to begin. Also, I prefer the paper version of this article's title, "James and the Giant Justice Warrior". “Well, maybe it started that way. … Continue reading James’ peach and James’ faith encourages Christians to pursue works

#Walkout allows political activists to target students

This is my fifth article for The Chimes, original published here. While this is perhaps the shortest article I've written for The Chimes, it placed the topmost interacted on The Chimes website for the week and the most opinionated I've written. Moving forward, I hope I can find a balance between my #Walkout and my … Continue reading #Walkout allows political activists to target students