Maybe We Should Use Condoms?

Mark Kroeker Growing up in a town with a dwindling population of 3,900, in rural Nebraska, our sexual education class was better than what most might expect. We were informed about most sexually transmitted diseases, how to properly put a condom on, and how important safe sex is. Along with this, we still got the…

Equalizing Preschool Education in the U.S.

By: Emily Keebler      When I was four, my mother made the decision to home school me for preschool. But it wasn’t just because as a single-income household, and because she was a stay-at-mom it was the only feasible option, it was so I could get ahead. She got workbooks, flashcards, pencils, paper, crayons,…

Is Arming Teachers the Answer?

Ally Ausenbaugh As I was writing my pro argument paper saying that guns should be able to be carried by teachers and other staff I thought my decision was easy. Even after scratching the service of my research for the con argument, I still thought my mind was made up. It made perfect sense, it…