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Riots reaffirm duty to protect free speech

Sep. 19, 2012

In January 2003, the magic team “Penn & Teller” took part in a roast of magician “The Amazing Johnathan.” In their sketch, Teller was rolled out dressed as Jesus Christ on the cross. Then appeared a person dressed as an angel, who then preformed “a simulated sex act on the near-naked Teller.” Suffice to say, many people walked out of the theater in protest.

Ignorance hinders diplomatic relations

Sep. 19, 2012

Any of you who keep up with current events know that there have been attacks on embassies at various different locations, and there are multiple elements contributing to the diplomatic nightmare that the State Department has on its hands.

Political parties are gang warfare

Sep. 19, 2012

Every day they are around us. Some of the time we know, but most of the time we can only speculate until we ask them directly, or we see them representing their side with red or blue. These two sides are the largest gangs in America, and we are affected by them every day. You have undoubtedly talked to them sometime today, and you will again. Of course you know who I am talking about. The Republicans and the Democrats.

Romney/Ryan, wrong for U.S.

Sep. 19, 2012

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and his running-mate Paul Ryan, are wrong for America. Wrong because they hate Americans. Well, maybe not all Americans, but at least 47 percent of us.

Entitlement programs; more debt than benefit

Sep. 12, 2012

Our culture has a growing sense that we are owed a great debt by others. Our rights and freedoms come with a heavy cost. Those who have stood in war-torn countries understand these freedoms must be paid for with more than just taxes.

Don’t stay stuck in a degree

Sep. 12, 2012

Your life isn’t defined by the degree that you get, but the decisions that you make. So, make a goal, find your path, and go. You have your entire life ahead of you and don’t take that for granted.

Get off your duff, do stuff

Sep. 12, 2012

All of us have been in school for about four weeks now, and hopefully everyone’s settled in pretty well. We all know our routine, the amount of time to spend on homework, and how to arrange our schedules around our class periods. But some people are claiming that they have nothing to do, and that life in Chadron and on campus is boring.

What do you think of the new track in the NPAC?

Sep. 12, 2012

“I like it. I’ve only been in there once.”

—John Luke,
19, freshman,
Undeclared,
of Wall, S.D.

How-to survive the zombie apocalypse

Sep. 5, 2012

You awake one morning to a deafening silence. You turn on the television to find that an annoying rainbow and high pitch squeals have now taken up residence on your flat screen. You open your front door to find cars strewn across roads and yards. The smell of death lingers in the air, but you’re not worried.

What do you think about the FYI courses?

Sep. 5, 2012

“I’ve never taken one but I’d be interested in trying.”

—Erin Dunn,
21, junior,
Secondary Education major,
of Valentine