Eagle staff editorials
Nebraska’s 2018 legislative session opened Jan. 3 facing significant budget concerns that are sure to dominate, rightfully so, the legislative agenda.
More than 300 women in Hollywood have launched a campaign combating sexual harassment in the film industry. The movement was launched on their website timesupnow.com on January 1, 2018. In the letter of solidarity, they address readers as, “Dear Sisters,” uniting women around the nation, encouraging them to join the fight.
Former Stanford University student and champion swimmer, Brock Turner, was convicted back in March 2016 for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster after a party in January of that year.
First Year Inquiry (FYI) courses have been implemented in CSC graduation requirements since 2012.
Just this past Thursday, October 26, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency.
As the technology in our world develops and expands, education evolves right along with it. As education evolves, online classes and degrees become more and more common.
The recent National Football League’s protest intended to bring light to racial inequality in the United States.
During this Constitution Week, we celebrate the rights we have been given for living in such a great country.
It’s been all over the news, President Trump’s push to get rid of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) campaign. President Barack Obama created the program back in 2008 with the hope of keeping children brought into the U.S. illegally by their parents safe and making sure they have a chance at success. Provided with an education and job opportunities, the majority have built their lives here and don’t know much about their native country, including the native language. They have made the U.S. their home.