Pope Francis should stay politically neutral

Sep. 24, 2015

For the third time in history, a Roman Catholic Pope is visiting America. Pope Francis arrived to Joint Base Andrews at 4 p.m., Tuesday, and was personally greeted by President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and their families.

Feminism does not equal man-hating

Sep. 24, 2015

Feminism is an extremely important part of today’s political agenda. Yes, I know some of you reading this recoiled at the sight of the word, thinking I’m some man-hating social justice warrior that believes women are the superior gender in every way.

“How is your fantasy football team doing?”

Sep. 23, 2015

Jackson Dickerson
18, freshman of Chadron

“My team isn’t doing well, 1-1. My best player is definitely my kicker. My quarterback puts up five points a week. I’m looking to have a better finish to the season.”

Respect for professors goes beyond the classroom

Sep. 17, 2015

It is not an uncommon occurrence for a class to end with the slapping of notebooks and the sound of zippers buzzing, however, it is disheartening when these sounds drown out the sound of an unfinished lecture.

9/11 is the new day to live in infamy

Sep. 17, 2015

Sept. 11, 2001, is a day that we, as a nation, will never forget, but that day, especially for people who lost loved ones, is a day that will never disappear from their memories.

The importance of the 1st amendment

Sep. 17, 2015

The first amendment to the Constitution gives all Americans freedom of religion, freedom of speech or of the press, freedom to peaceably assemble, and the freedom to petition to the Government for a redress of grievances.

Exotic animals are best kept in the wild

Sep. 17, 2015

There is a common misconception about owning exotic wildlife as pets in the world. Many people who elect to own a pet that is more unique than say a house cat or a dog, fail to see the larger picture that is associated with owning that type of pet.

“Which one of the first 10 amendments is most important to you, and why?”

Sep. 16, 2015

Omar Dabliz
19, sophomore of Tripoli, Lebanon

“The first, because it’s awesome to speak your mind and not get in trouble.”

Make your impact positive

Sep. 10, 2015

You have a chance to change the world, and that starts now.

Davis leaves jail, now she needs to leave office

Sep. 10, 2015

A defiant Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk, Kim Davis, was jailed for contempt last Thursday after she repeatedly refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, even after she was ordered to do so by a federal judge.