Jenner’s #IAmMoreThan shows students their worth

Paidin Dermody
Contributing Columnist

The Kardashians are constantly popping up in the media for some new scandal, whether it be a break-up or a self-altering surgery. The youngest sister of the Kardashian clan, Kylie Jenner, is no exception. Recently being in the news for her lip injections and her split with rapper, Tyga, Kylie has taken the world by […]

The Pleasure Principle: Ladies, put your acting skills to rest

Ever wonder if your partner is faking that mind-blowing orgasm, or if you’re really as good as you think? Before you assume the answer is, yes consider this:

According to Dr. Sandra Caron 69 percent of college women have admitted to faking an orgasm. While only 28 percent of college men admit to having faked an orgasm.

Student athletes have the power to influence social issues

Savon Gray
Kernel Columnist

Student athletes are beginning to understand the powers they possess after more than 30 University of Missouri football players announced on Nov. 7, they would not participate in any football-related activities until Tim Wolfe, the university system president, was removed from his position.

Kentuckians voted against their own interests

Cheyene Miller
Managing Editor

Back in 2004, journalist and historian Thomas Frank wrote the political book “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” Frank explores a political landscape historically dominated by left-wing populist movements, until conservatives started using social issues like abortion and gay marriage to appeal to the working class. In doing so, Republicans were able to sway middle class […]

#EffYourBeautyStandards empowers young people

Jamilyn Hall 
assistant opinions editor

Hashtags can connect people across the world and inspire change through campaigns like #EffYourBeautyStandards. This campaign plasters social media with beautiful men and women of all ethnicities and sizes. Its goal is to inspire a message of and posts pushing for “body love.”