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  • Setting fire to the Resistance

    - Jan 23, 2017
    by Mars Thera Pope theraforever@gmail.com A man attempted to set himself on fire Jan. 17 outside of the international Trump hotel in Washington, D.C. The unidentified 45-year-old is quoted saying he was trying to light himself...
  • Action after inauguration

    - Jan 23, 2017
    By Dot Armstrong dorothy-armstrong@uiowa.edu Well, it happened. A new president, an unprecedented president, dwells in the White House. If you were a sentient human during thepast year, you will feel something about this non-negotiable fact. You...
  • Do no sustain, regenerate

    - Jan 23, 2017
    For the third year in a row, according to both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, global temperatures have been unprecedented. 2016 was the hottest year in documented global history, trumping both 2014 and...
  • Lane: Pop culture sheds light on election

    - Jan 20, 2017
    By Joe Lane joseph-lane@uiowa.edu The latest episode of the ABC sitcom “Black-ish,” “Lemons,” addressed the complicated issue of Donald Trump’s election with respect to the groups in the United States that felt and continue to feel...
  • Weigel: Trumped-up Twitter

    - Jan 20, 2017
    By Zach Weigel zachary-weigel@uiowa.edu We can no longer call Donald Trump president-elect because he is set to be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States today. And while some of us are excited to...
  • armstrong: American Apparel is dead; think thrift, as in thrift shop

    - Jan 19, 2017
    By Dot Armstrong dorothy-armstrong@uiowa.edu Many hearts are breaking among the ranks of the young and fashionable. American Apparel, that beloved haven for patriotic hipsters, is now owned by Gildan. The Canadian T-shirt company bought out the...
  • Pillard: Celebrities have a place in politics

    - Jan 19, 2017
    By Logan Pillard logan-pillard@uiowa.edu At the 2017 Golden Globe Award Ceremony on Jan. 8, actor Meryl Streep was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille award, and she used her acceptance speech to scorn the actions of President-elect...
  • Smith: ‘Winter Blues’ should be taken very seriously

    - Jan 19, 2017
    By Wylliam Smith  wyllismith@uiowa.edu We’ve all heard of the saying “gotta beat the winter blues” or something similar to that. And as the holiday season comes to an end, we are faced with plowing through the...
  • Townsend: Restroom cameras are meant to protect

    - Jan 18, 2017
    By Laura Townsend laura-townsend@uiowa.edu The latest restroom-camera controversy involving camera use in the Iowa City Public Library has created quite the stir among people concerned about their privacy. While these concerns are certainly valid, I do...
  • Custardo: Women’s rights under siege in Kentucky

    - Jan 18, 2017
    By Katrina Custardo katrina-custardo@uiowa.edu Abortion rights across the country have come under fire recently. With a Republican Congress and a soon to be “Republican” president and Republican Supreme Court, it’s expected that Roe v. Wade will...

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