Edward Kivlahan

Edward Kivlahan February 23, 2018

Passion and truth are key elements of journalism according to the speakers during the Iowa Newspaper Association 2018 conference February 1-2 in Des Moines, Keynote speaker Olson related his experiences working for the CIA in the 1980s and reflected its relevance to today and media. Olson’s experience working with a defecting Soviet general was a […]

Edward Kivlahan February 9, 2018

ISU’s monthly AfterDark events are fun, diverse, and often feature surprising guests. At this month’s ISU AfterDark, Woody Harrelson made an appearance. His presence at ISU was due to a screening of his latest ambitious project, Lost in London, at the Great Ballroom in the Memorial Union. The film was live-streamed in one take to […]

Edward Kivlahan January 21, 2018

Moral wounds are a classification of trauma that describe when one suffers from being unable to reconcile certain actions (i.e. war, torture) within their morals. This is common among soldiers as a result of their training and assignments when deployed as well as the dramatic shift between moral requirements that separate war morals from home […]