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Title Date Summary
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 The red wave in Iowa
Hill--Drew (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 119:24, p.03
11/17/2022 Drew Hill writes an opinion piece on the recent midterm election results which he believes confirms that Iowa is most likely moving away from being a swing state to becoming a solid Republican state; photo.
3 Ask your local immigrant
Enshayan--Kamyar (Director Center for Energy and Environmental Education)
Northern Iowan 119:14, p.03
10/13/2022 Director of Center for Energy & Environmental Education Kamyar Enshayan writes about being from Iran and the experience they have had with a dictatorship government. Enshayan now sees the extremism gaining traction in the U.S. and they are astonished with the amount of people who tolerate it and even vote for elected officials who encourage it; photo.
4 A fight for our rights
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 119:4, p.03
9/8/2022 Bailey Klinkhammer writes her opinions on the recent event of the Dobbs v. Jackson court case. Klinkhammer argues that it is just the beginning of the 14th Amendments slowly being stripped away unless people take a stand and defend it; photo.
5 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.
6 Trump advisor hosts campus event
Tournier--Tehya (Class of 2022), Magnificat--Gelase (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:3, p.02
8/27/2020 Students stop at a voter registration table outside Maucker Union at the "Make Campus Great Again" event. Two students share their political views in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic; photo.
7 Skepticism in modern American politics
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:31, p.03
2/10/2020 Horning discusses becoming more skeptical of government, especially after the Iowa Democratic Party's fiasco running the Iowa caucuses. In the author's opinion, both parties have begun to shift their platforms and alienate voters; photo.
8 What does it mean to be 'conservative?'
Wiggins--Kevin (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:22, p.03
11/14/2019 Wiggins discusses what it means to be conservative and discusses the history of the term and school of thought. In the author's opinion, conservatives have lost their path and must embrace both historical inheritance and future possibilities to move forward.
9 Impeachment not to be taken lightly
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:10, p.03
10/3/2019 In Horning's opinion, the recent impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump is ill-advised and will likely backfire for Democrats in the next election; photo.
10 The evolution of intra-party division in politics
Wiggins--Kevin (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:3, p.03
9/9/2019 The author explains the evolution of intra-party division in the Republican party over the last five years, both before and after Donald Trump's election as president; photo.
11 On Christchurch & stochastic terrorism
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 115:45, p.03
4/1/2019 In the author's opinion, free speech should be curbed when it amounts to stochastic terrorism - where a political commentator uses mass media to urge their followers to act on a certain ideology, and a small percentage do - resulting in violence. Rawwas writes in response to the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand; photo.

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