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Following the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” one of the most anticipated pieces of entertainment media in the 21st century, I expected stores to start carrying action figures of one of the main characters of the film, the intrepid scavenger Rey.
I thought most of the theatrics in the presidential race were on the Republican side of the race.
Not content with funneling money to the highest levels of our nation’s government, the wealthy and ultra-conservative Koch brothers are now targeting something a little closer to home: research that’s being done at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
I predicted Sen. Bernie Sanders would ultimately win the race of the Iowa caucus and he did come very close.
On Sunday, one of the most popular science fiction shows of all time, “The X-Files,” returned to television for a special six-episode series.
Even though it was eight years ago, I still remember how I felt after Barack Obama won the 2008 election.
If the 2016 election were a House of Cards episode, even murderous politician Frank Underwood would have trouble understanding what’s going on.
I read an article titled “The Hypocrisy of ‘Helping’ the Poor” in the New York Times back in October.
In response to the atrocious terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday that Syrian refugees who want to relocate to the United States are not welcome in the state of Indiana.
I have a confession to make.
If the 2016 campaign season has proven anything so far, it’s that women have an incredibly difficult time succeeding in politics.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that we are a nation at war.
It’s been a tough semester to be a Hoosier.
It’s a problem that lies at the heart of American government, and almost no one is talking about it.
Last year the White House announced the creation of the Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault in an effort to reduce cases of sexual assault on college campuses.
David Bowie was right. There is life on Mars.
Unfortunately, there is no Uncle Sam-sponsored miracle cure that can solve a problem at the root of our
Out in the Open features discussions and debates on hot topics and pressing issues in current events. The show is hosted by the Opinion editor, Madison Hogan, and stars columnists from the newspaper's Editorial Board. Columnists featured in this episode are Tristan Fitzpatrick and Matthew Cinkoske. Produced by Leah Johnson.
Who knew a popular candidate running for president would be another old white guy?
How many times have you heard, “Millennials are just too narcissistic to care about anything but