Editorial: Keep a close eye on Iran

Despite the recent unrest in Syria and Iraq, perhaps the most dangerous condition to percolate out of the Middle East could be the very real possibility of a nuclear Iran. Acting as the concerned parents of a troubled child clutching scissors, the rest of the world wearily tries to negotiate a deal.

Osgerby: Free movement vital for the UK

The fact of the matter, especially in terms of EU migrants with freedom of movement, is that these foreign-born workers seek temporary stays to receive and save work wages that are otherwise unattainable in their home economies (think Greece or Spain). Their plans are almost always to return home with money saved, being spent by their families, effectively bolstering their economies.

Manfull: Bye Bye Bo

In what seemed like a matter of hours after Nebraska pulled a last-second win over the Hawkeyes, Husker head coach Bo Pelini was fired.

Elliot: In the Land of Executive Orders

Spring will make a brief guest appearance this coming weekend, which raises one of the age-old human questions: Is the weather more inconsistent than the Hawkeye football team, or is the Hawkeye football team more inconsistent than the weather?

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