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Citizen and government trust issues

Dennis Debeck, Opinion Writer
May 1, 2015

Over the past few decades there has been an obvious strain on the relationship between the citizen’s and government due to the lack of trust created by many political events over the years. The citizens of the United States tend to feel that they have blinders forced on by the... Read more »

2015 NFL Draft – Offensive Prospects

Pete Houghtaling, Sports Writer
April 30, 2015

Quarterback The 2015 quarterback class is highly contested at the top but leaves very little talent in the middle to late rounds. The top two prospects, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, are rumored to be the first two picks in this draft. Tampa Bay and Tennessee currently hold... Read more »

2015 NFL Draft – Defensive Prospects

Pete Houghtaling, Sports Writer
April 30, 2015

New Tennessee bill violates separation of church and state

Dennis Debeck, Opinion Writer
April 30, 2015

Currently, the state of Tennessee is trying to pass a bill that will make Tennessee’s state book the Bible. The strongest point of the people opposing this bill is the Bible becoming the state book would be promoting one religion over another. According to the Tennessee... Read more »

A wider variety is needed in a presidential candidacy race

Sierra Spaulding, Opinion Writer
April 30, 2015

The Democrats are not living up to their name. Though early in the race, they have made it clear that they will be the deciders, and it looks like the Democratic nominee will be Hillary Rodham Clinton. And no one else. This is an insult to democracy and to the American voters.... Read more »

Pintriguing finds-Jamberry nails

Katie Prigge, Life Columnist
April 30, 2015

Jamberry nail wraps have been all over Pinterest and Instagram this year, and I must admit I was a bit scared to try them. I bought my Jamberry sets from my roommate, but you can get them from and there are also hundreds of retired styles available on Ebay. As... Read more »

Climate change conversation shouldn’t be suppressed

Xavier Horkman, Opinion Writer
April 30, 2015

The subject of climate change has once again been swept under the rug by a governmental entity. A Wisconsin agency that manages forests throughout the state has banned its employees from working on climate change issues while on the job. According to the New York Times, the... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
April 30, 2015

Hello everybody! I’m Ginger the cat, and unfortunately this is the last time you’ll be reading me this semester. I know, I know! You’re probably very sad about that and so am I, but you just have to remember the good times. I hope you’ve had fun reading this column,... Read more »

Celebrating Earth Day with UWGB picnic

Colleen McCluskey, Entertainment Writer
April 30, 2015

In celebration of Earth Day, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Student Union and Student Life organizations held a campus-wide picnic April 22. The picnic, which was originally supposed to be outside, was moved indoors due to the weather. However, many still attended and enjoyed... Read more »

Public health policy needn’t be invasive or suppressive

Emily Hesse, Opinion Writer
April 29, 2015

France’s Parliament is cracking down on some of its most devastating health problems by passing a draft law aimed to regulate the health practices of the public. The passing of the bill is intended to cut down spending on public health as well as to encourage healthier lifestyles. In... Read more »