OPINION: Reverse racism is not real

The concept of reverse racism does not exist because it violates the definition of racism.

OPINION: Abortion legislation infringes upon women’s rights

Recent bills restricting abortion in Kentucky are threatening the rights and health of women.

OPINION: Fake news isn’t new

The phenomenon of fake news is not a new phenomenon, but social media plays a huge role in spreading it and creating a more recent phenomenon: believing it.

COUNTERPOINT: The moving goalposts of feminism

Recently, an opinion piece about why the author believed that pro-life women were rightfully excluded from the Women’s March on Washington was published on RedEye. In...

POINT: One cannot be anti-abortion and a feminist

Some anti-abortion activist women feel left out of the Women’s March on Washington Saturday. I think they should be left out.

OPINION: non-English speakers face discrimination in the U.S.

Immigrants who come to the U.S. unable to speak English face discrimination not only in daily life, but housing and employment as well.

OPINION: The problems with Black Friday

The most popular shopping day of the year is not so great, bringing violence and promoting consumerism, impulse buys and overspending.

OPINION: Students could benefit from ‘life skills’ course

Offering a 'life skills' course would teach students useful skills such as how to deal with prejudice and how to effectively manage conflict.

OPINION: Two theories for envisioning a fairer primary process

RedEye editor Patrick Smalley outlines two potential solutions to the current deeply flawed and oft-criticized primary process.

OPINION: Does baseball remain America’s pastime?

In this point/counterpoint-style opinion piece, RedEye staff members Sasank Vishnubhatla and Reagan Roy debate whether or not baseball remains America's primary pastime.