22 January 2019 The Scribe Staff [email protected] Nuanced issues require a delicate hand because few things in life exist near any absolutes. Government shutdowns, however, are not a nuanced issue.
6 November 2018 Joy Webb [email protected] Everyone wants to show off their “I voted” sticker on social media, and wear it around until it literally doesn’t stick to clothing anymore;
30 October 2018 Brian Blevins [email protected] “Forcing free and independent individuals to endorse ideas they find objectionable raises serious First Amendment concerns.” Thus reads an opinion the Supreme Court issued
23 October 2018 Cambrea Hall [email protected] The next Just Talk event hosted by the Kraemer Family Library will cover constitutional rights. The panel will be presented by Kathleen
16 October 2018 Scribe staff [email protected] A system that was implemented 100 years ago is a system that should be changed or updated in order to fit the current needs
April 3, 2018 Sarah Bubke [email protected] The Student Government Association addressed concerns recognition funding at the March 22 senate meeting. SGA passed SB31, a student bill that seeks to reallocate unused recognition money in