Editorial: Offset impact of emission agreement

The Daily Iowan Editorial Board believes it is in the U.S.'s best interest to cooperate with China to become an example worldwide of environmental advocacy. The goal to cut emissions so drastically raises some questions, though, primarily when it comes down to how the U.S. plans to accomplish this, what economic consequences it may or may not have, and will the desired goal be enough?

Lane: The uninformed youth voter

Arguably the biggest question that faces many young voters today is in deciding which is better: an uneducated vote or a no-vote? When they don't know about the candidates, or worse, don't understand or even know the issues, young voters are quick to think that they would be better serving their country to just not vote at all.

Richson: Ending online harassment

We can stay up to date on old friends we haven't seen in years thanks to social media, fostering unprecedented connectedness, yet the internet is also capable of bringing out the nastiest in users because sitting behind a lit screen gives many people an exacerbated sense of their own personal power.

Prall: Web in the fast lane

The net neutrality debate centers around internet providers wishing to create fast and slow lanes, giving faster access to those who can afford it while intentionally slowing others.

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