Best of Consumer Electronics Show 2013

Brent Bader, IV Columnist

January 31, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The International Consumer Electronics Show is hosted every year in Las Vegas and during this trade show many new products and gadgets are revealed that will possibly shape the future of the technology industry. While it is... Read more »

Constitution gives model for government

Mickey Young, IV Leader columnist

December 11, 2012

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

The United States of America.  There was a time, before anyone alive today was born, that it was simple to explain what our country stood for, what made our country unique, and what it meant to be American. The conclusions that... Read more »

Apathy: Our nation’s greatest threat

Kyle Russell, IV Leader columnist

December 11, 2012

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

“I don’t care” —  these three little words pack such a great punch. It is a drug, a plague if you will, that seems to be infecting the minds of people all over the world. Whether it’s “I don’t care if I go to class... Read more »

Celebrate small victories with ‘10-second dance’

Katie Timmons, IV Leader Columnist

December 11, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Okay, readers, bear with me; this is my first column for the IV Leader and I never know where my mind will wander to. The other day I was catching up on my “Grey’s Anatomy” episodes because, like most college students,... Read more »

Charity focus for student government

Britney Burkart, IVCC Student Trustee

December 11, 2012

Filed under Opinion

As the fall semester of 2012 reaches the end, the season of giving just begins! Through the holidays, I would like to remind everyone to always think of others and the less fortunate. Recently, our Student Government Association... Read more »

Rolly-backpacks trending … down?

Mitch Schafer, IV Leader columnist

December 11, 2012

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

Last year, rolly-backpacks seemingly took over the halls of IVCC.  Whether they were slowing you down for class or just annoying the good mood out of you, everywhere you looked there was a rolly-backpack. But let’s fast forward... Read more »

Mass media interferes with interpersonal communication

Cortland Klinefelter, IV Leader columnist

November 6, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Media has become a familiar aspect in today’s world. Forms of media such as computers, TV, and all sorts of other electronics have become a modern pare of American life. I can’t lie I’ve spent countless hours of my... Read more »

Neither party offers government changes

Mickey young, IV Leader columnist

November 6, 2012

Filed under Featured Opinion, Opinion

Imagine that the government is a restaurant and the two political parties we are offered to choose between are burgers versus brats. No matter which you choose, it doesn’t affect the institution in place.  And if you are... Read more »