Category: Opinion

If you commit, stick with it

If you commit, stick with it

Being in college it is assumed that students will maintain some form of responsibility, whether it is completing homework every day for classes or taking on tasks for an organization you are a member of.

Outrage over Sen.’s remarks is misplaced

Outrage over Sen.’s remarks is misplaced

Nebraska State senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha created a firestorm after controversial statements he made during last week’s hearing on a bill that would allow concealed carry permit holders to have firearms in bars and establishments that serve liquor.

Come on, guys; Jazz isn’t bad

Come on, guys; Jazz isn’t bad

I agree that there are defiantly true “Jazz Nazis” out there that will rag on any type of music that doesn’t swing. However, most Jazz musicians are not as closed-minded as you have been led to believe.

Republican Sen.’s letter did more harm than good

Republican Sen.’s letter did more harm than good

On March 9, freshman Sen. Tom Cotton, a former Army Officer and Republican of Arkansas, sent an Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which bore the signatures of Cotton and 46 of his Republican colleagues.

Head to Head: Jazz

Head to Head: Jazz

According to Nielsen‘s 2014 Year-End Report, Jazz is continuing to fall out of favor with American listeners. Jazz is now tied with classical as the “least-popular” genre, comprising just 1.4% of sales.