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Trump--Donald (President of the United States)

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1 Intersectionality and its effects on women's rights
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:43, p.03
3/24/2022 Bailey Klinkhammer discusses the need for intersectional feminism in order to include all; photo.
2 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.
3 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.
4 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.
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 Start paying attention to the national debt crisis
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 117:37, p.03
3/1/2021 In the author's opinion, the U.S. government's every-growing federal deficit is something that should concern citizens and could have consequences for the nation; photo.
7 There will be another Trump
Montgomery--Tyler (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:33, p.03
2/15/2021 Montgomery discusses Trump's impeachment acquittal; photo.
8 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.
9 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.
10 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.
11 President Donald Trump resembles bad company
Corbin--Steven B. (Class of 1970; Emeritus of Marketing)
Northern Iowan 117:21, p.03
10/29/2020 Professor Corbin compares Trump to other past U.S. presidents; photo.
12 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.
13 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.
14 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.
15 UNI questions future of diversity trainings in wake of executive order
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Debruin--Karla (Northern Iowan Managing Editor)
Northern Iowan 117:16, p.02
10/12/2020 The future of diversity trainings at UNI is unclear after an executive order by President Trump; photo.
16 First Presidential debate: a fail
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 117:13, p.03
10/1/2020 The author summarizes the Tuesday, Sept. 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden and gives their opinion on the performance of the candidates; photo.
17 New Exec. Order excuses racism
Slomka--Emerson (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 117:12, p.03
9/28/2020 The author discusses President Trump's proposal for an educational commission called the 1776 Commission, calling it propaganda and nationalistic; photo.
18 Rawwas: Stop making heroes out of political leaders
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:10, p.03
9/21/2020 Mohammed Rawwas argues that political figures shouldn't be idolized.
19 Rawwas: U.S. makes 'enemy' out of China
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:7, p.03
9/10/2020 Mohammed Rawwas argues that the U.S. has made China into an unjustified enemy; photo.
20 Taking a look at 1968 vs. 2020 election years
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 117:6, p.03
9/7/2020 Colin Horning compares similarities in the 1968 and 2020 elections; photo.
21 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.
22 'Burnt City' comments on U.S.-Iran relations
Alldredge--Anna (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:43, p.05
3/12/2020 Alldredge gives the "Burnt City: A One-Persian Show about U.S.-Iran Relations" a favorable review. The show, created by instructor Josh Hamzehee, had three performances in Lang Hall the previous weekend; photo.
23 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.
24 '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.
25 Democrats should not divide the vote
Seybert–Addision (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:40, p.03
3/2/2020 In the author's opinion, once a candidate is chosen for the Democratic nomination, voters should cast their ballots for them regardless of who they supported as a nominee. Seybert discusses the divides over candidates in the Democratic party and how such divisions could harm the party's chances in the general election against Donald Trump; photo.
26 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.
27 National debt is actually good
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:33, p.03
2/6/2020 In the author's opinion, worrying about the national deficit is damaging to political discourse and material reality. Rawwas explains misunderstandings about federal budget and the deficit, and how foreign nations like China holding some debt is good because they have a vested interest in the US's economic prosperity. Rawwas continues to argue that policies are inherently good or bad, not due to their cost, and that politicians should be less concerned with debt and focus on the working class regardless of "cost"; photo.
28 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.
29 AOC, Michael Moore stumped for Bernie
Pistarino--Emma (Student--2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:30, p.01
1/27/2020 United States Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rep. Mark Pocan, and filmmaker Michael Moore held a town hall at UNI in support of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Sanders could not attend the event, held in advance of the Iowa caucuses, due to the impeachment trial of President Trump. Each spoke on their reasons for supporting Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez answered questions; photos.
30 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.
31 Be cautious of clickbait news
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:21, p.03
11/11/2019 In the author's opinion, it is a citizen's civic duty to be informed of current events. Horning cautions readers that companies like Buzzfeed and the Daily Mail operate as businesses, and are geared toward shock headlines to draw in readers rather than necessary information for the public like the goal of investigative journalism; photo.
32 The rise of the anti-austerity Left
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:18, p.03
10/31/2019 Rawwas discusses multiple protests and strikes happening around the world. In the author's opinion, people are mobilizing against austerity measures and capitalism. Rawwas discusses media portrayal of events and analyses why the United States has not seen similar actions.
33 UNI alum discusses foreign policy
Pistarino--Emma (Student--2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:18, p.02
10/31/2019 John Dinger, alum and former U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia, held the forum "When Politics Trumps Expertise: Ukraine, Turkey, Syria, and Foreign Policy Making in the Trump White House" at UNI on October 28. Dinger spoke about the inner workings of foreign policy and how ambassadors work together with the government; photo.
34 Candidate Tom Steyer visits UNI
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:16, p.02
10/24/2019 Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer came to UNI and held a discussion with faculty, UNI students, and community members at Maucker Union. Around 30 people were in attendance, a smaller gathering compared to other rallies at the college. Steyer asked those in attendance to tell him what they were most concerned about and then responded to them all. He shared his plans and ideas for the future; photo.
35 Language leaves room for ambiguity
Wiggins--Kevin (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:14, p.03
10/17/2019 Wiggins analyzes words presidential candidates use throughout their campaign, particularly inconsistences in the meanings of "our vales" and "freedom." In the author's opinion, there are many different meanings for those words, and meaning can also vary person to person; photo.
36 Rose shares 'Tales from the Bayou'
Alldredge--Anna (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:11, p.05
10/7/2019 Spoken word poet, activist, and writer Donney Rose shared poetry and addressed racial inequality at UNI Interpreters Theatre on Friday, October 4.
37 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.
38 Women's rights is a logical deciding factor
Corbin--Steven B. (Class of 1970; Emeritus of Marketing)
Northern Iowan 116:8, p.03
9/26/2019 Professor Emeritus of Marketing Steve Corbin submitted a letter to the editor, writing that women may be the deciding factor this election year due to the current political, economic, and cultural environment. Corbin also briefly describes the motivating issues for both Republican and Democratic women; photo.
39 How much power should students have?
Stekl--Caleb (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 116:5, p.03
9/16/2019 Stekl discusses the power that students and workers have had in history to make change and the challenges faced today including disempowered unions and student debt. In the author's opinion, students should exercise power to change systems, and voting for Bernie Sanders upholds that ideal.
40 Yemen, praxis and global responsibility
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:5, p.03
9/16/2019 In the author's opinion, the war and genocide in Yemen is being exacerbated by the United States government, which should end its involvement with Saudi Arabia and in Yemen. Rawwas supports the efforts of representative Ro Khanna and Bernie Sanders and calls out President Trump and the recent 9/11 memorial event on campus that included a helicopter landing, saying they draw attention away from ongoing civilian causalities; photo.
41 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.
42 The Washington connection and third-world facism
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 115:53, p.03
4/29/2019 In the author's opinion, the United States has historically supported fascists and dictators and that the recent meeting of President Trump with Brazil's leader Jair Bolsonaro to replace Venezuela's leader follows this pattern; photo.
43 What can presidents be investigated for?
Stekl--Caleb (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 115:46, p.03
4/4/2019 In the wake of the Mueller investigation, Stekl discusses the scandals and faults of the Trump and Obama administrations, but argues that America's biggest crime is sham democracy, capitalism, and imperialism and that all citizens are implicated in it; photo.
44 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.
45 Border security is common sense
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:42, p.03
3/11/2019 In the author's opinion, construction of a border wall should garner bipartisan support based upon past comments by both Democrats and Republicans and the security risk an unsecured border poses. Instead, Horning argues, Democrats have withdrawn support in order to see President Trump fail; photos.
46 'Trumping' Trump was hard to do in 2018
Corbin--Steven B. (Class of 1970; Marketing Faculty)
Northern Iowan 115:31, p.03
1/31/2019 Professor emeritus of marketing, Steve Corbin, writes a letter to the editor about holding President Trump accountable.
47 Trump's trade war started economic woes
Corbin--Steven B. (Class of 1970; Marketing Faculty)
Northern Iowan 115:28, p.03
1/17/2019 Steven Corbin, professor emeritus of marketing, writes a letter to the editor discussing the implications of President Trump's trade war; photo.
48 Trump criticism is disproportionate
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:26, p.03
12/3/2018 In the author's opinion, the media has overemphasized negative aspects of Trump's presidency and downplayed his accomplishments. Horning supports freedom of the press but is concerned about obvious bias; photo.
49 3 key points from climate report
Ave--Jack (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:25, p.03
11/29/2018 In the author's opinion, the recent National Climate Assessment released by the government shows major detrimental effects from climate change. Ave also discusses the political response to the report; photo.
50 Trump places "America First"
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:20, p.04
11/1/2018 The author discusses Trump's usage of the word "nationalist" to describe himself. Contrary to what his opponents and the media say, in the author's opinion, this means that Trump puts America and American interests first.


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