Texas-Sized Tuition Assistance April 3, 2020

Let’s face it—college is expensive! Imagine working hard to get into college only to find out that you can’t afford it. Some students turn to fi

Debatable: Should There Be Exams In PE Class? April 3, 2020

California Governor doesn’t dig PE exams: Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, wants students to stop taking compulsory physical tests in f

Elections Update: Biden Vs. Sanders March 20, 2020

Since Super Tuesday, a number of states have held their Democratic primaries and caucuses. With only two candidates competing for votes (Tulsi Gabbard

Why Drop Out Now? March 6, 2020

Iowa kicked off the primary election season on February 3rd, and it’s been full-steam ahead ever since. But if you snoozed for even a minute, you mi

Handshakes Are Sooo 2019 March 6, 2020

The coronavirus has the world rethinking the act of shaking hands. After all, if skin-to-skin contact is one of the most common ways that viruses spre

What Makes Super Tuesday So Super? February 21, 2020

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s Super Tuesday! If you haven’t heard already, it’s election season in the United States. Iowa kicked thin

Black History Month: Ten People You Might Not Know February 20, 2020

February is Black History Month in the United States. The idea behind this month, which began in 1911 when slavery was abolished, was to highlight acc

What Happened: Iowa Caucus February 7, 2020

It was an interesting start to the caucus and primary election season. Here’s what happened: It started off as a standard caucus, with Iowans going

Impeachment Update: Senators, How Say You? February 7, 2020

Impeachment Update: On February 5th, US senators entered the Capitol building in Washington DC and wrote their responses to a question from Chief Just