Students, do you have something you want to get off of your chest? Well, the New York Times wants to heard about it. They’ve recently opened up their first-ever student editorial contest, where students are encouraged to write an editorial for the Times, weighing in on any one of dozens of controversial topics, from gun laws to whether or not technology is improving out social lives to gender expectations or the dangers of pop culture trends. To check out the rules for this contest, GO TO THEIR WEBSITE, and good luck!
Or, if you’re just feeling like touching base with your own opinions on significant contemporary matters, check out their list of 200 thought-provoking questions, and browse through the topics that you like.