Here are the most popular opinion pieces published by The Northerner in 2016:
Prison begins a process of dehumanization and projects a label that does not fade after terms are served. The economic hurdle incarceration embodies is heart breaking, yet society remains callous toward it.
Kristin Wileman argues that abortion is an act of discrimination. All humans should have the opportunity to live.
Joseph Capehart believes abortion is more of a complex issue than pro-choice vs. pro-life. Christians need to have conversations surrounding the role of poverty in the overarching abortion narrative.
Hunter Baugh states his belief that those curating Christian content generally do it for the money — and often neglect excellence while doing so.
Miriam Barnhart believes it is the moral responsibility of Christians to care for refugees.
Christian Morris states that Hillary Clinton is the most qualified candidate in recent presidential history.
Ken Schrock sees Donald Trump as the best option for president because of his business knowledge and outsider perspective.
Melissa Carlson draws from personal experience and heavy research to discuss the church’s relationship with mental illness.
Following an investigation surrounding the termination of two North Central professors, three journalists challenge students, faculty and administration to transparency and understanding.
Isaac Smith shares his view of North Central after his father was terminated from being the dean of residence life.