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Freedom of speech comes with responsibility

On March 13, 2015, President Wyatt sent an email to faculty and staff explaining that the campus discussion board was suspended because the standards of “civility, respect, and intellectual openness…

Competitive speech gives me hope for humanity

I love our speech team. There, I said it. I thought I’d hate it, with policy debate not being an option, but I fell in love with the interpretation side…

FIFA changes the game

The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is trying to clean up the mess it made when the organization awarded Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup. Instead of the…

Comic books encourage creativity, artistry: Dave Gibbons named first comic laureate to join elite ranks

Last October, Great Britain announced a new position, equal to the poet laureate and the children’s laureate: a comic laureate. They quickly decided on Dave Gibbons as their preferred choice…

Response to Jan. 30 editorial “Student Safety: A college priority?’

On Jan. 31, 2015, the Courier printed an opinion article by Mackenzie Mahler indicating that student safety is in danger due to a lack in security communication on campus. This…

ID at the polls hurts voters, limits electorate

Over a week has now passed since the midterm elections in which Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate, with a 53-44 majority. Major news outlets, particularly cable news stations…

Apathy plagues elections

I recently had the opportunity to volunteer for Bruce Rauner’s campaign for governor. As a volunteer, I was required to walk through the local neighborhoods and help get a glimpse…

Welfare not a livelihood

My senior Citizenship course has challenged my definition of liberty in its entirety. I have had the opportunity to explore all types of different opinions and beliefs on what is…

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