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I hope to pursue a career in journalism. However, before I can write columns and create story packages for news, I’m required to know about derivatives and the life of King Arthur.
Historic landmarks aren’t going to come to you. We all have places we want to visit and things we want to do. Rather than fulfilling these dreams, we store them away on our mental shelves and claim we’ll come back for them later.
Imagine waking up for class in the morning, and you’re greeted by a view through a windshield. Every day we’re privileged enough to wake up in our dorms, houses or apartments. We get ourselves ready with items like shampoo, soap and toothpaste, but we don’t stop to think how fortunate we are to have such mundane necessitates available to us.
Technology has been advancing at rapid pace for quite some time now. TVs, cars, homes and even refrigerators have become smarter.
The world is incredibly demanding when it comes to energy. Many continue pushing for clean energy that is effective, and nuclear energy is a great option since it's highly efficient and produces little pollution.
Some people go their entire lives in one small corner of this vast world we live in. That’s like riding the same ride over and over again at an amusement park.
Michael Skiles stands during spring break on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.
You’ve finally made it. You’ve graduated college, and now your potential future employer sits across from you. You’re being barraged with questions that you answer easily, as you’ve learned to do.
Students rely heavily on IU. They expect an education, memorable experiences and to feel at home.
During the State of the Union address, President Trump brought up the importance of sending American astronauts to space on American rockets. It’s a prospect we should strive for.
The United States is changing day after day. The country we grew accustomed to 10 years ago has changed drastically. Although still recognizable, progress has changed the face of towns we were once so familiar with.
Kelly Howe from Loyola University Chicago guest lectures on the topic of Theatre of the Oppressed on Jan. 31 in the Studio Theatre. Theatre of the Oppressed consists of techniques and games that seek to motivate people, restore true dialogue and create space for participants to rehearse taking action.
Humans have been communicating for thousands of years, and it has not only insured that we survive but that we thrive. We’ve all heard that humans are social creatures. It’s in our DNA.
Imagine visiting a McDonald’s to get a quick bite on your lunch break. You’re famished and all you can think about is a Big Mac paired with a large order of fries and a Coke to wash it all down.
We've all seen it before.
Parking rates are posted outside the Jordan Avenue Parking Garage.
If a foreign nation threatened your family and fellow countrymen’s way of life, would you go fight for that nation? Of course not. You want to do what you can to ensure that those you love and care about will thrive.