Hey, NCAA: Student athletes deserve pay

Hey, NCAA: Student athletes deserve pay

March 4, 2020 at 12:54 pm 0 comments

Imagine if the NCAA never revised their rules. Short-shorts would still be a thing, dunks would be banned, leather helmets would be worn, and so much more that we do not even think about. It is time for the NCAA to look at itself in the mirror and realize thatRead More

Streaming is not the money-saver we thought it would be

Streaming is not the money-saver we thought it would be

March 4, 2020 at 11:50 am 0 comments

Many people year after year are ditching their traditional television providers, whether it be cable or satellite, and are switching over to streaming services. There are many reasons why this shift in the way people choose to watch shows and movies has taken place, but cost isn’t one of them.Read More

Parasite’s Best Picture win puts spotlight on international cinema

Parasite’s Best Picture win puts spotlight on international cinema

March 4, 2020 at 11:37 am 0 comments

This year’s Academy Awards was one of many firsts; the first female orchestra conductor, the first year the Best Foreign Language Feature category was renamed to Best International Film, and, along the same lines, “Parasite” was the first non-english language film to win Best Picture. Throughout the history of theRead More

Elizabeth Warren, seen here with Chronicle staff writer Kaleb Schlatter, is known for staying after campaign events to connect with supporters.

Why I support Elizabeth Warren for President

December 14, 2019 at 7:08 pm 0 comments

In the late 1930s, America struggled to survive in the grip of The Great Depression. A small number of banks and corporations had gathered power over our government and economy and used it to build their own fortunes. The gap between rich and poor reached a breaking point. William O.Read More

Abby Buchanan

Decriminalizing all drugs could be the answer

December 5, 2019 at 11:32 am 0 comments

After nearly fifty years and over $47 billion spent since Richard Nixon initially declared a War on Drugs, America still faces a serious problem with drug addiction.  With the rise of the opioid epidemic and steady use of illicit substances throughout the decades, it’s clear our country’s current approach ofRead More

Kaleb Schlatter

Opinion: Elevated impeachment dialogue is better late than never

November 22, 2019 at 1:56 pm 0 comments

The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump is long overdue.  As the inquiry continues later into the year, so rises the likelihood that the House of Representatives will vote to impeach the President before the New Year. The future of the impeachment in the Senate has become less clear. SenateRead More

Brody Nicolaisen

Considering volunteering to help adults learn to read

November 20, 2019 at 1:20 pm 0 comments

On Wednesday Nov. 6 I attend the volunteer tutoring training session for the Adult Literacy Center at the DMACC Urban Campus. I was surprised to find that I was one of only five in attendance. I was even more surprised to find that I was the only DMACC student present. Read More

Opinion: Trump’s Syria policy is a serious misstep

October 15, 2019 at 12:13 pm 0 comments

Late on Sunday, Oct. 6, President Donald Trump took a phone call with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Almost immediately after the call ended, Trump announced that the United States would execute a complete “deliberate withdrawal” of the then-1,000 U.S. stationed troops from Northern Syria, where the U.S. conducted anti-terrorismRead More