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‘Opinion’ Archives

The Iowa Caucus: What and How

The Iowa Caucus: What and How

By Kayla Samek—Today is the Iowa Caucus, and the 2016 Presidential Election is nearing. But what is a caucus and how does it work? In short, a caucus is a gathering where the Republican and Democratic parties begin to choose their candidates for the general election in November. It’s the [...]

Votes vs. Likes

Votes vs. Likes

By Rachael Arnts--Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the next president of the United States. But first, let me take a selfie. The Iowa caucus is quickly approaching. Morningside College is fortunate to be a stopping place for many hopeful candidates. This year in particular there seem to be [...]

A ‘thank you’ never hurt anyone

By Jenni Beaver--Even though it can feel like teachers are out to destroy our GPAs, there are many across campus who care deeply for students. They’re the teachers who stare at the red circles on test papers and wonder where they went wrong. They extend their office hours to reach the students [...]

How to Not Feel Overwhelmed

By Diane Nguyen--With Thanksgiving break over, we only have a couple weeks left before the end of the semester! Then after that is Winter Break and after that nothing else to worry about, until next semester. Yet with only two weeks left, you’ll probably find yourself feeling [...]

What if they didn’t need ISIS?

By Jenni Beaver--If you’ve turned on the news in the past several months you’ve probably heard about the world’s latest terrorist group, the Islamic State or ISIS. For the past year they’ve been turning into a stronger unit and recently attacked several spots in Paris, France. This isn’t [...]

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