Editorial: McCutcheon decision dangerous

The U.S. has had a long history with campaign financing, a troubling history of late. Balancing the competing interests of ensuring free speech and warding off corruption is no easy feat, but the Supreme Court has again tipped the scale in favor of the former with its latest ruling.

Ponnada: Nobody wins in high school

When I was younger, I used to get picked on at school all the time. I was convinced that it was because I wasn't like the other kids. I looked different, I talked in a foreign accent, and everyone told me that I was weird. That's why I started doing all the things that the "cool" kids did — I dressed like them, drank iced coffee all the time, and bought a BlackBerry so I could talk to them on BBM (don't judge me, this was a long time ago).

Guest opinion: Suicide prevention is everyone's business

I commend The Daily Iowan for printing Nick Hassett's brave column"'Two Ways to Stop Suicide." I am sorry for Nick's loss of his high school friend, whose life was snuffed out too young, who will no longer light up a room with his smile, who was so full of life.

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