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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…

Campus Occurrences

Nov. 6 – Nov. 13 Saturday, Nov. 8 9:22 a.m. – One student cited for fire code violation, Bowers Hall 11:32 p.m. – One student cited for fire code violation,…

Corrections:

In the Nov. 7 article ‘The Gatherings,’ congressional Republican candidate Bobby Schilling’s last name was misspelled. Also in that issue, Professor Richard Johnston was misquoted in ‘Students, faculty sound-off on…

Welfare spending: How much is too much?

Most people, especially broke college students, seem to be happier on payday. It is when all of the hard work that you have done the past couple of weeks finally…

Euthanasia morally questionable

In my senior Integrated Studies course, Citizenship, we discuss different liberty based topics and their trade-offs. In this process, I’ve found myself evaluating and analyzing my own beliefs and ideas…

Students, faculty sound-off on election results

“It was a good night for Hillary Clinton.”-Corbin Beastrom, senior “I am ecstatic the failed leadership of President Obama has been repudiated. However, I recognize Republicans, when recently given the…

Campus Occurrences

Oct. 29 – Nov. 7 Friday, Oct. 31 11:15 a.m. – One student cited for disorderly conduct and public intoxication, Fraternity Complex 11:31 p.m. – One student cited for physical…