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1 How the most pivotal events of 2022 will shape 2023 and beyond
Hill--Drew (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 119:29, p.03
1/19/2023 Drew Hill writes on events like tensions between Russia and Ukraine, women's rights, and the midterm election and gives his opinions on how they will affect the years to come; photo.
2 Student loan forgiveness up close
Meyers--Trevor (Student-2021)
Northern Iowan 119:17, p.01
10/24/2022 Trevor Meyers tells students what they need to know about President Biden's plan to forgive part of students' debt including what the application process will look like and the lawsuits that are fighting this plan; photo.
3 Is the US a democracy?
Hill--Drew (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 119:5, p.03
9/12/2022 Drew Hill writes his opinion on whether the US is actually a democracy or not. Hill argues that the US government is not controlled by the people but it is instead governed by a constitution which makes the US more of a constitutional republic.
4 Pause on federal student loan repayments extended by Biden through Aug. 31
Figueroa--Ariana (Iowa Capitol Dispatch)
Northern Iowan 118:50, p.01
4/18/2022 President Joe Biden puts a pause on federal student loan repayments until Aug. 31, 2022; photos.
5 Religious impressions on American politics
Warrick--Mikayla (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 118:47, p.03
4/7/2022 The columnist discusses religion's impacts on American politics; photos.
6 America's cost of 'defending freedom' in Ukraine: Higher food and gas prices and an increased risk of recession
Hauk--William (Iowa Capital Dispatch)
Northern Iowan 118:42, p.03
3/21/2022 William Hauk of the Iowa Capital Dispatch describes the economic impact that the Ukraine-Russia conflict will have on the United States; photo.
7 Gas prices surge in the U.S.
Hill--Drew (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:41, p.03
3/10/2022 Drew Hill gives their opinion on the current gas prices in the U.S. as the Ukraine-Russia conflict continues; photo.
8 President Biden: Year in review
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:21, p.03
11/8/2021 Bailey Klinkhammer discusses President Biden's first year in office, focusing on two senators who continually block Democratic bills from being passed; photo.
9 Looking back at the Iraq War
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:48, p.03
4/8/2021 In the author's opinion, the Gulf War and Iraq War were illegal actions carried out by the United States based upon faulty premises and resulting in unnecessary casualties and tragedies. Rawwas critiques the U.S. administrations involved and urges readers to be more skeptical of the government's claims, particularly relating to foreign policy; photo.
10 Putting the blame on the border control game
Montgomery--Tyler (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:46, p.03
4/1/2021 In the author's opinion, politicians seek to shift blame instead of focusing on solving issues, particularly Republicans. Montgomery discusses immigration at the southern border and climate change in relation to the Trump and Biden administrations.
11 Stop the assault on assault rifles
Richards--Tanner (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:46, p.03
4/1/2021 In the author's opinion, President Biden and the Democratic party politicized the tragic shootings in Boulder, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia in an attempt to enact gun control laws that violate a citizen's right to bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment.
12 No relief with the relief bill
Richards--Tanner (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:41, p.03
3/15/2021 In the author's opinion, the new COVID-19 relief bill doesn't provide true relief to Americans, favors blue states, and punishes red states which handled the pandemic correctly; photo.
13 Trump was a trip, but Biden is no vacation
Montgomery--Tyler (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:40, p.03
3/11/2021 In the author's opinion, the Biden administration has done surprisingly well on COVID-19 vaccination distribution, but should be doing more on student loan forgiveness and COVID-19 relief. Montgomery argues that to be in touch with the country, younger people should be represented in government; photo.
14 Back to normal is on the way
Maier--Al (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:39, p.03
3/8/2021 Maier discusses Biden's new Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, and plans to reopen schools in the upcoming year, as well as UNI's return to in-person learning in Fall 2021; photo.
15 Hold President Biden accountable, abandon parties
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:38, p.03
3/4/2021 Rawwas writes an opinion piece discussing the fallacy of political party line distinctions and beliefs and highlights bombings of Syria, the power grid failure in Texas, and immigration at the southern border.
16 The Trump in sheep's clothing
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:36, p.03
2/25/2021 Rawwas examines promises President Biden made while campaigning and whether or not he has or will go through with them while in office; photo.
17 Gov. Kim Reynolds is not for Iowa
Montgomery--Tyler (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:31, p.03
2/8/2021 The author argues that Gov. Kim Reynolds is making decisions regarding COVID restrictions that benefit the economy and harms Iowans.
18 The Liberal left has not won
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:28, p.03
1/28/2021 Rawwas discusses liberal politics after the election of President Joe Biden and the storming of the Capitol.
19 Don't stop fighting, keep pushing
Seybert–Addision (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 117:25, p.03
11/12/2020 The author argues the importance of continuing to fight for issues even after Joe Biden's historic presidential win; photo.
20 Biden wins election, UNI reacts
Maas--Emma'le (Student--2019), Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:24, p.01
11/9/2020 Joe Biden wins the 2020 presidential election after delays in vote counting and UNI students give their opinions; photo.
21 A Country Divided: UNI reacts to Election Day
Maas--Emma'le (Student--2019), Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 117:23, p.01
11/5/2020 UNI students and professors discuss the 2020 presidential election as well as the state-wide elections for the United States Congress. Both students and professors express their opinions on the uncalled race and the role of mail-in ballots; photo.
22 This election could turn into a split electoral vote
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 117:21, p.03
10/29/2020 Horning discusses possible outcomes of the 2020 election; photo.
23 Take away Trump's Twitter
Slomka--Emerson (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 117:18, p.03
10/19/2020 Slomka argues in favor of Trump's Twitter account being suspended; photo.
24 Show you care by voting on Nov. 3
Seybert–Addision (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 117:16, p.03
10/12/2020 Seybert urges readers to vote in the 2020 election.
25 Stand up against President Trump this election
Holst--Lauren (Class of 1984 and 2013)
Northern Iowan 117:16, p.03
10/12/2020 Holst urges readers to vote against President Trump in the 2020 election.
26 Biden: a return to the Obama presidency
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:43, p.03
3/12/2020 In the author's opinion, Joe Biden is a poor presidential candidate who lacks a coherent leftist policy, instead seeking to build on Obama's policies, which the Obama presidency actually failed to fulfill during his presidential years; photo.
27 'Super Tuesday' leaves uncertainty
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:41, p.03
3/5/2020 Horning comments on Super Tuesday, which resulted in a narrower Democratic nominee field: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Tulsi Gabbard are still in the race. In the author's opinion, Donald Trump has strong voter support and a high probability of being re-elected, since Democratic front-runners Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden either can't win over more moderate voters or don't have energy surrounding their campaign; photos.
28 Fascism, neoliberalism, and oligarchy
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:39, p.03
2/27/2020 In the author's opinion, candidate Bernie Sanders should be the next president of the United States. Rawwas discusses democracy, capitalism, the state of the economy in the US and China, and the similarities between Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg as oligarchic authoritarians; photo.
29 Caucus results cause delay, confusion
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021), Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:33, p.01
2/6/2020 Technical difficulties resulted in Democratic caucus result delays. As of printing, Pete Buttigieg narrowly led the state, followed by Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Joe Biden. UNI hosted two locations. In the West Gymnasium, Sanders received four delegates, Warren three, and Buttigieg two. In Maucker Union, Sanders received three delegates, and Warren, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar two. Student Erin Thomason, who served as the precinct chair for the West Gym, discussed the technical difficulties they encountered.
30 Iowa braces for 2020 caucuses
Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:32, p.02
2/3/2020 Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses will be held on February 3. A record number of 28 Democrats are seeking the nomination. Incumbent Donald Trump will likely receive the Republican party's nomination. There is a brief listing of Democratic candidates, if they visited UNI, and their main focus. The list includes Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Tom Steyer, Andrew Yang, Michael Bennet, Michael Bloomberg, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, and Deval Patrick.
31 Values might prove obstacle for Dems in 2020
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:31, p.03
1/30/2020 In the author's opinion, the Iowa caucus is an important moment in deciding who will be the Democratic presidential nominee. Horning discusses the four leading candidates - Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg - and analyzes what early caucuses and primaries could mean for their campaigns and the future of the party as a whole; photo.
32 Dems respond to Soleimani killing
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:30, p.03
1/27/2020 Rawwas discusses the Democratic presidential candidates' responses to the assassination of Qasem Soleimani by the Trump administration. In the author's opinion, Bernie Sanders strongly condemned the action and should be the candidate of choice; photo.
33 Harkin's steak fry unites Democrats
Ahmed--Ranya R. (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 104:8, p.1
9/21/2007 Democratic presidential candidates gather in Indianola.

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