Note from a Millenial: We are the future

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By Serena Ellens So they say we are “entitled.” They say that we, the Millennial generation, have come to expect a certain standard of living that simultaneously fosters laziness and discourages patience. They call us “ungrateful” when we waste our money on foamed lattes, the next iPhone or a nicely… Read more »

Conservative doesn’t always equal Republican

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By Josh Senft Conservative. You’ve likely seen this word a few hundred times on social media by now. Whether it’s a word that makes you smile or cringe, Conservatism needs to be defined. Conservatism is a political ideology, at its core, centered around preserving ideas that work, reining in big… Read more »

Student Government is here to serve you

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By Hamilton Smith When you ask people what they love about AU, they always say the people. Victor and I take that belief to heart. We decided to run for Student Body President and Vice President because we love AU and the people that make this university what it is…. Read more »

New Secretary of Education: DeVos or De Vil?

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By Maria Neathery Recently, a huge decision in American politics upset educators across the nation. Betsy DeVos, a wealthy Republican donor, was named U.S. Secretary of Education. DeVos has almost no experience in public education. She was confirmed by the Senate, but only with the help of a historic tie-breaking… Read more »

The legacy of a Commander

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By Michael Weigel About eight years ago, I was a homeschooled student who had very little interest in politics or civic affairs. My mother suggested that since an important politician was coming to Indianapolis we should take a day to go see him, and, eager to get out of a… Read more »

Five tips to nail that job interview

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By Maria Neathery Job interviews can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences in one’s young adult life, especially right out of college. It’s not only time to whip out your best attire and your polished résumé, but to put on that charm and charisma that’ll help you not only… Read more »