Opinions are the new facts, according to national media

Michael Urbanec, Columnist

September 3, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Yellow journalism is, apparently, still a thing. This much is clear when examining the content of many national news media outlets.  It seems like they all report on the same topics constantly, and try and drive half-baked... Read more »

Ringing In The New Semester

Taylor Gunia, Student Trustee

September 3, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Welcome to the fall 2013 semester! As the student trustee for the 2013-2014 school year, I have the honor of being the voice of the student body on the board of trustees at IVCC. Every month I attend the board meetings addressing... Read more »

Gun control issues continue to plague society

Amanda Cook-Fesperman, Letter To Editor

May 2, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Dear Editor, In the immediate aftermath of the Sandy Hook shooting, I, like many Americans, was outraged.  How could this kind of event happen in an elementary school?  What kind of monster shoots little children multiple times,... Read more »

Student trustee prepares to end term

Britney Burkart, Columnist

April 11, 2013

Filed under Opinion

As the end of the school year is rapidly approaching, I find myself with mixed emotions. When I chose to attend IVCC almost two years ago, I had no idea of all of the endless possibilities that would unfold for me. My first... Read more »