JFK Assassination Records

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer On July 24, October 26, and November 3 of this year, the US National Archives released over 5,000 documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  Many documents are between 1 and 10 pages long, while some are more than 400 pages.  I have spent some time in […]

Neutrality Is Not an Option: #deleteUber and Preemptive Politics


By Chris Barton, Co-Editor Last Friday, our new president signed an executive order which banned immigration from seven majority Muslim countries and blocks all Syrian refugees indefinitely. The responses to the ban were immediate, impassioned, and divisive. Chaos erupted as immigration officials tried to parse through the unclear order; travelers were detained at airports; protests […]

The Deplorables, Me, and Bobby McGee; Pt. 1: From A-Bomb to AuH20

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief “Whenever I feel bad, I go to the library and read controversial periodicals. Though I do not know whether I am a liberal or a conservative, I am nevertheless enlivened by the hatred which one bears the other. In fact, this hatred strikes me as one of the few signs of […]