Take a chance: Encouragement to find what makes us happy

Lily Ramirez, IV Leader Columnist

March 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

How many times in a day would you think we question ourselves? Probably a few too many times. When it comes to decision making, many of us tend to question what we should do, or if we are even doing the right thing. It varies... Read more »

Could SGA be for you?

Amy Rogowski, IVCC Student Trustee

March 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Being involved at IVCC is a key to getting the most of your college experience. Student Government Association is a great organization on campus. Elections for the 2015-2016 school year will be in April. Any IVCC student can... Read more »

IVCC teaches students valuable life lessons

Lily Ramirez, IV Leader Columnist

February 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The person you were in high school doesn’t define the person you will be for the rest of your life. In high school it all seemed to be about fitting in and being accepted by any group. Many times in school we let the “good... Read more »

Gluten-free: The truth behind the diet

Katie Lamps, IV Leader Columnist

February 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The gluten-free craze has swept through America in a whirlwind, and new health trends now suggest limiting or cutting out gluten from your diet entirely. Dieticians and health gurus praise the gluten-free way of life, citing that... Read more »

Transfer application deadlines approaching

Amy Rogowski, IVCC Student Trustee

February 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Deadlines are quickly approaching. Many universities are now past their preferred filling periods for their college and major programs. Some students, myself included, are anxiously awaiting the simple yes or no answer that will... Read more »