Paul Ryan’s pants are on fire

Will Jarvis, Staff Writer

September 13, 2012

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If you were to ask a marathon runner their last time, they could tell you in an instant without hesitation. For these elite athletes that spend countless hours training for this monumental task, running a marathon is their Super... Read more »

Remember 9/11

Remember 9/11

September 11, 2012

Paul Ryan will help Romney focus on his strength, the economy

Arthur Boyle, Staff Writer

September 10, 2012

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In the end, after hate ads have been forgotten, morals have been compromised, and ideology has been forsaken, presidential campaigns come down to one thing: “the economy, stupid”. Well-known political analyst (and liberal)... Read more »

Students concentrate on too many activities; can’t truly focus

Liza Magill, Staff Writer

May 11, 2012

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For incoming freshmen entering the University of Chicago class of 2016, the most popular major is “undecided,” with an over 50 percent rate. This is a developing trend nationwide, highlighting how our society has become so... Read more »

New legislation signifies steps backwards for women’s rights

Jen Vogl, Copy Editor

May 11, 2012

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We are one decade into the 21st century, and already more rights for women exist or have been extended than ever in United States history. However, recent legislation that has been introduced thrust women’s rights back to before... Read more »

Redefining the modern bully

Emma Peterson, Staff Writer

April 20, 2012

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We’re taught to think bullying is standing around in a circle, chanting “fight, fight, fight!” as two people argue. The bully will say something like, “Parking lot. After school. I’ll kick your teeth in.” But in reality,... Read more »

Constitutional amendments should not be left in voters’ hands

Liza Magill, Staff Writer

March 25, 2012

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For Minnesota voters, the 2012 election ballots will contain not only the long list of candidates for numerous city, county, state, and national positions, but also Constitutional amendments proposed by Congress. Over a dozen... Read more »