Opinion


November 30, 2021

Time is money, so where are our checks?

Students wear multiple hats throughout their involvement during college, whether it be as activists, community organizers, resident assistants, editors, presidents, orientation leaders, and more. It is […]
November 30, 2021

Stop being ableist and be empathetic to those with invisible disabilities

In middle school, a combination of medical and life circumstances caused me to fall so far behind that when I entered high school, I was placed […]
November 30, 2021

Grindr: The silent killer of the gay community

Content warning: Mentions of assault and harassment  Sex is something that most humans crave; in this new age of technology, an app to make hooking up […]
November 30, 2021

The commuter lounge is due for an update

On an average fall day, I found myself with an hour of gap before my next classes, while being on campus. To fill the time, I […]
November 10, 2021

Cartoon: Breaking up with the social media villian, Facebook

November 10, 2021

What you don’t hear about on the student ambassador’s podcast

Inside Elmhurst University’s Admissions Office is a team of perky, young counselors, two of whom oversee the Student Ambassadors (SA) — the group of tour guides […]
November 10, 2021

Slow down and give yourself credit for how far you’ve come

As the semester dwindles down into a cluster of final exams, projects, holidays, and daylight savings, a mountain of stress and a spell of annoyingly persistent […]
November 10, 2021

Man on the Street: A one year review of Biden’s presidency

One year after the election of President Biden, The Leader asked students across campus what they thought of Biden’s work as president.  Nolan Fraaza, sophomore exercise […]
October 27, 2021

My issue with straight people and the coming out process

National Coming Out Day was on Oct. 11, and when scrolling through social media on this day, that was no different than any other. I noticed […]
October 27, 2021

Cartoon: How I’m spending Halloween

October 27, 2021

Journalists have an unfair target on their backs

My typical 35-minute commute to Elmhurst University is spent listening to the NPR Politics Podcast, a 15-minute podcast dedicated to the most relevant political news of […]
October 27, 2021

What whistleblowers in the tech industry mean for Elmhurst University

The tech industry has recently seen a rise in whistleblowers, or people who publicize information of corruptness or wrongdoings taking place in a company. Information exposing […]