By Kait McKinney Thirty-nine year-old Jayson Hugo Kenemer joined the Marines when he was seventeen and found his calling there. No, he does not bleed red, white, and blue while spending his life at sea fighting for the greater good of our country. Instead, he spends his time embedding his art permanently into the skin […]
During the fall, after a number of news reports about young gay people committing suicide because of harassment, the Family Research Council and National Organization for Marriage embarked on a nearly week-long tour through Iowa on Oct. 25 in support of the American Family Association’s Iowa For Freedom campaign to unseat three Iowa Supreme Court […]
By Tyler Kingkade Elise Elsbernd purchased two seaweed salads from Panda Express along with a stir-fry entre from World Bistro the Memorial Union before she sat down to eat lunch with her twin sister and a friend. Elsbernd, senior in exercise science, explains she simply had to grab two of the seaweed because “they never […]
I think it’s safe to say that everyone is fully aware that our current economy isn’t doing so hot. People in all walks of life are affected by these hard times and I’m pretty confident I’m speaking for more than myself when I say that I’d like to see a turnaround. For a while, I didn’t really think there was anything which I, a small speck with no voice in the middle of Iowa, could do to contribute to the boosting. Turns out I was wrong.