Opinion


May 10, 2022

EDITORIAL: Adieu EU, 2021-2022 ed board is out

We’ve come a long way Leader readers; we’ve reached the end of the semester after a year out of the ordinary. As we exit the newsroom […]
May 10, 2022

Do not let corporations take your pride away: Be cautious of supporting rainbow capitalism

While it is currently May, major corporations are already revealing their pride collections that will be out in June, the only month where one is recognized […]
May 10, 2022

If you are in support of abortion rights write to your legislators now

As someone who is concerned for the rights of every individual, I would like our country to live up to its values, and support individual bodily […]
April 26, 2022

EDITORIAL: Everyday should be Earth Day

Earth Day comes around once a year urging people, organizations, and businesses to promote sustainability in various facets.  At Elmhurst University, student organizations such as Greenjays […]
April 12, 2022

EDITORIAL: EU is hitting the mark in showing solidarity, but is missing a few steps

With the ongoing conflict going on in Ukraine, Elmhurst University is doing a superb job with marketing, fundraising, and support efforts for Ukrainians abroad and on […]
April 12, 2022

Let’s get up and yell gay all day

When you are taking away the mention of being gay, just how far do you plan to go? Eliminating the mention of any LGBTQ+ members that […]
March 29, 2022

Not so happy women’s history month at EU

As women’s history month finishes on March 31, it is important to highlight the various women on campus for their consistent contribution to the advancement of […]
March 8, 2022

EU dropped the masks on COVID-19 protocols

For a school still requiring masks, you would think they would do a better job enforcing it. At the President’s Ball on March 5, students, staff, […]
March 8, 2022

How EU should have responded to a security concern

Director of Residence Life Kevin Krauskopf sent an email to residential students about a religious group attempting to recruit in the dorms on Feb. 8. This […]
March 8, 2022

OCD is not about being organized

I sit in a plain white office, a teal cushioned bed to my left, with wax paper resting atop it. The sounds of nurses and doctors […]
February 22, 2022

To Infinity, and New Remakes: Disney Announces New Spin-off Series, “Lightyear”

There is nothing more powerful in the world of media between self-righteousness and nostalgia.  Disney’s “Lightyear” has taken this concept and ran straight toward a grittier […]
February 22, 2022

What exactly happened with figure skating in Bejing?

While it may be hard to believe, the 2022 Winter Olympics are currently ongoing.  For me, I love the Olympics; watching all these people compete to […]