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Month: March 2018

Mario Chothen March 30, 2018

Stephon Clark was a 22 year old father of two young boys, ages 1 and 3. Young boys who will grow up fatherless, because he was shot to death by the police on March 18th. Clark was believed to have been vandalizing cars. The police confronted him in his own backyard, mistook his cell phone […]

Ainsley Schuler March 27, 2018

Two years ago Mario Chothen was going about his normal routine for his security job in downtown Des Moines. Chothen was escorting a man from a nightclub and started getting threatened by the man. Things escalated very quickly and Chothen was shot by the man three times, once in the stomach, once in the tricep, […]

Edward Kivlahan March 22, 2018

Journey To Normal: The Reality of Women Coming Home From War   Journey To Normal: Women of War Come Home is a documentary showing the world that women face after deployment. One statement reflected that many can view men going to war as “men doing men stuff” with the danger, action, and other elements, but […]

Edward Kivlahan March 2, 2018

I enjoy the variety of courses we have, and I believe there are some feasible additions to Boone Campus’ lineup of courses. This editorial focuses on the expansion of the music program here, and any additions that students or staff would like to see are welcome. I always want to include more students and staff […]

Mario Chothen March 2, 2018

Since the early 1950’s, the NCAA has served as the powerful overlord of college sports, with one central tenet idea. College athletes, whether gymnasts or quarterbacks, must be unpaid amateurs, for whom sports is little more than a sideline to their academic pursuits. As the NCAA puts it in its bylaws, “Student participation in intercollegiate […]