Nike has claimed Colin Kaepernick as the new face of their brand, sparking controversy. Find out what students have to say about this hot topic, and share your own opinion in the comments!
News Briefs: Do you know what’s going on in the world around you?
Students across the nation participate in #NationalWalkoutDay, the suspect in a Kentucky police shooting has not been located, and package explosives kill two in Austin, Texas.
Banning immigration bans
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson spoke at the Journalism Education Association Convention in Seattle, Washington on his efforts to file injunctions against President Donald Trump’s immigration bans.
What’s happening in Crimea?
The conflict in Crimea has been all over the news lately, but it can be hard to keep up to date with everything that is going on.
Desperately in need of control
Guns have been a hot topic lately. Read here to see one student’s comical approach to the discussion.
Corban reacts to the results of Election 2012
Corban students had much to say about the results of the election, and express their opinions on what the attitude of Christians toward politics should be.
Clearing the Smoke on Pot Legalization
Next week, ballot voting will determine more than who becomes President, it will also determine whether recreational marijuana becomes legalized or not in Oregon. How would the outcome affect the state? Read what the state representative, the local sheriff and Corban had to say about this controversial issue.
Presidential Election 2012: Libertarian, Constitution and Green Party candidates
Still undetermined on who to vote for? Having trouble deciding between Democrat candidate President Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney? Perhaps it’s time to look at a few other options.
Comparing Obama and Romney: The ‘Big’ Issues
A comparison on where the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and current President Barack Obama, stand on the issues that really matter to us – including abortion, immigration, and Afghanistan.
Homeless need to be informed of voting system
There are some misconceptions that the homeless in Oregon cannot vote due to lack of an address; This is not true. The homeless vote may matter now more than ever before…