May 25, 2024

It’s time to cross the street

October 7, 2020 Sylvia June 0

When considered, so many of our problems in the United States are the result of our collective distaste for crossing the street. I mean it mostly in a figurative sense, but even quite literally it’s […]

Living Through Impeachment

November 20, 2019 Tami Dooley 0

When learning about the process of impeaching a president, the first one in any history book was Richard Nixon. The Watergate break in, the Washington Post’s heroics, the tapes, the resignation. It was a story […]

Political Fatigue

March 11, 2019 Emily Cornell 0

In 50 years, American history books will either be wild or watered down to a point where the significance of what’s going on will seem pretty small. Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen’s sentencings probably won’t […]

WYMAT: Gearing Up for November

October 8, 2018 Emily Cornell 0

Watching the news feels surreal these days. I prefer to consume news via podcasts and NPR radio stations, and, yes, the news still doesn’t seem like real life. Then I go seek out other news, […]

El Paso Produces a Champion?

September 5, 2018 Emily Cornell 0

Beto O’Rourke? More like Bae-to O’Rourke, with how enamored people are with him across the country. Recently, I committed to this whole “living in Texas” thing and with that I’ve been acquainting myself with one […]

Hallowed Ground

July 19, 2018 TGS Burner 0

On Wednesday, the University of Nebraska announced that Ron Brown would be named the new director of player development for the Nebraska Football Program. Brown previously coached at Liberty University, and returns to Nebraska after […]

Zero tolerance

June 21, 2018 Craig Spencer 0

I try not to judge people based solely on their political philosophy. We’re all allowed differing perspectives on what might be the best way to move forward with all sorts of different topics. Difference in […]

1 2 3 5