• The caucuses are coming

    - Nov 30, 2015
    Jace Brady Every four years, a hybrid of constitutionality and party bylaws dictates a compelling nine-month period of political mayhem. Men and women from the most elite classes of society condescend to NASCAR aficionados, the...
  • The struggle as a symbol

    - Nov 30, 2015
    Christopher Cervantes Any individual who is in the public eye is aware that there is a certain burden that forever weighs on their shoulders. Every choice, every action, is conducted under the intense gaze of...
  • What technology means for our attention spans 

    - Nov 20, 2015
    Keith Reed If you’re a part of Generation Z (born 1995-2012), you may know all too well about the importance of technological devices. I know that I have spent many hours looking at screens, and...
  • Continuing the fight for LGBT equality

    - Nov 20, 2015
    Christopher Cervantes There’s a word that is tossed around nowadays in the so-called age of political correctness. It is the ultimate ammo when it comes to any high-profile argument or debate. The word: ignorant. Today,...
  • Common arguments against accepting refugees and why they don’t work 

    - Nov 19, 2015
    Sydney Newton It seems the most discussed and debated question right now is whether we should let Syrian refugees into our country. After the tragedies in Paris, some people think it would be absolutely foolish...
  • Democrats and terrorism

    - Nov 19, 2015
    Samuel Studer On Nov. 13, three teams of terrorist planned and carried out attacks at six different locations throughout Paris. These venues included a concert hall and at least two restaurants. CNN reported that at...
  • Stop naming buildings after racists

    - Nov 18, 2015
    Marcus Brown History is inescapable. It lives in not only in words and thoughts but in the physical infrastructure that gives shape to our reality. We live in an all-encompassing mausoleum that houses the best...
  • How to address the migrant crisis in the wake of Paris attacks 

    - Nov 18, 2015
    Jacob Prall In the aftermath of the Paris attacks, anti-immigration champions have new and powerful ammunition in their arsenal. Even the countries most open to taking in refugees, such as Germany and Sweden, are becoming...
  • ISIS is now an election issue 

    - Nov 17, 2015
    Joe Lane The process of writing a column is fairly straightforward. We, as opinion writers, try our best to present unique perspectives on important events in Iowa, around the United States, and around the world....
  • Suicide epidemic among rural youth

    - Nov 17, 2015
    Keith Reed University of Iowa students represent many demographics. Where students come from determines their experience when it comes to life at a big university. Some students have trouble acclimating, and that is no fault...

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