Category: Opinion

Salisbury’s Take: And now, the end is near.

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist I don’t know about you, but I’m tired. With only about two and a half weeks left of classes this semester, I can certainly see the light at the end of the tunnel. The problem is the light feels like it’s coming from a runaway freight train. With the latest

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Salisbury’s Take: The battle has only just begun

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Well, those pesky midterm elections are over. Thankfully, we’ll get a break from all of those negative campaign ads for a while. We can all go back to our normal lives and not have to worry about politics again for another two years at least. WRONG! In case you didn’t

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Staff Profile: Meet John Larson

By: JOHN LARSON larsonjd@iu.edu  My name is John Larson. I’m an intern this semester at the Preface, and I’m majoring in communications with a focus on journalism. I’m a sophomore, and I’ve yet to decide on my minor. I’m looking into either philosophy or gender studies, but I haven’t entirely decided yet. I prefer gender-neutral

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Salisbury’s Take: Don’t be scared off by Democracy!

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Happy Halloween, everyone! This is an especially spooky year because of the midterm election that happens this coming Tuesday. Midterms are always interesting to those of us who follow politics, but I’m not sure the average citizen gets much excitement out of this particular political phenomenon. It is not uncommon,

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Scaring up some Halloween entertainment

By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer If you love scary movies, the fall season is the time to watch one. This year brings moviegoers a remake in theaters of “Halloween.” Jamie Lee Curtis stars in the film, reprising her role as Laurie Strode, as her character works on getting revenge on Michael Myers, her brother, a

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Salisbury’s Take: Striving for perfection is not healthy

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist One of the reasons I wasn’t able to be successful in my college career until much later in life was because I always felt like if I could not be perfect, it wasn’t worth it to make the effort. I’ve had several discussions with students this semester who get so

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We asked you: Voting Edition

By: MEGAN HAYES Staff Writer hayesmn@iu.edu With midterm elections coming up, there is a lot of awareness on campus for everybody to register to vote. We asked you: Are you registered to vote, and do you feel that your vote matters? “Yes, I am registered to vote. I feel like my vote matters locally, but

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