Editorial: Prejudice and fraternity culture

Racism is not the only problem that faces many fraternities. Even worse, it's not the only problem facing Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In 2012, the UI chapterwas suspended and the house was closed following instances of hazing and violations regarding the fraternity's national governing rules.

Prall: A salute to TAs

We can all celebrate over COGS's recent negotiation victory for its upcoming contract.  COGS told the Board of Regents it wanted mandatory fees gone for graduate-student workers, and the regents had to budge on their position: Twenty-five percent of mandatory fees will now be paid for by the UI.

Soyer: Raising the bar

A new program called Raise the Bar, in which bar staff at different bars in downtown Iowa City are being trained on ways to combat sexual assault, has been introduced. As most sexual-assault instances involve alcohol, this is an absolutely crucial step for bars to take.

Guest Opinion: Free speech still matters

I was the guy on Dec. 5 who asked the artist to remove the statue he had placed on the Pentacrest. Here's why I did it.

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