Rush Limbaugh’s death sparks conversations about his contributions to political discourse

By Kaitlin Dunn Elm Staff Writer On Feb. 17, 2021, National Public Radio announced the death…

Breaking down the misconstrued protections of the First Amendment

By Kaitlin Dunn Elm Staff Writer The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law…

What have college students lost in the last four years under Trump?

By Megan Loock Elm Staff Writer In 2019, Congress listed the reauthorization of the Higher Education…

Is the Peaceful Assembly of Hate Groups Possible? Rallies, Demonstrations, Protests and Counter-protests Around Race in America

By Rosie Alger Opinion Editor The First Amendment in the U.S. Bill of Rights protects the…