October 20, 2021
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Park professor goes viral on TikTok

By | May 5, 2021

Peter Johanns, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, posted his first TikTok “Tru-den Pen-ris” on Oct. 30, 2020.


Review: Obama’s memoir makes too many excuses

By | Dec 9, 2020

In his memoir, “A Promised Land,” President Barack Obama had the potential to come to terms with the shortcomings of his administration, but instead he creates an idyllic image of himself.


Q&A: Professor publishes article on current political climate

By | Nov 16, 2020

What surprised me was how many voters actually voted for Trump. This time around, I mean, he broke records.


Commentary: Divisive rhetoric is not productive

By | Feb 26, 2020

If we are to be more understanding of one another and grow as a country we must learn to listen and question ideas that challenge our own.


Commentary: Activism demands youth participation

By | Sep 18, 2019

I learned that there are so many ways to be “active,” like simply taking the time to educate yourself on something you don’t yet understand or speaking up.


Ilhan Omar is right to criticize AIPAC

By | Feb 19, 2019

Omar shouldn’t have apologized for her remarks on AIPAC. And I’m glad to see her and Tlaib become the first two American politicians refusing to toe the pro-Israel line.  


How united should our states be?

By | Nov 28, 2018

We have all the tools we need to be a successful and functioning government, country and people; now we have to decide just how united we want our states to be.


Q&A: IC professor starts a revolution with ‘Hamilton’ course

By | Feb 21, 2017

“‘Hamilton’ is this huge phenomenon that extends beyond the average consumer of theater in New York, and it’s reaching kids.


Polarized American politics reflected in population

By | Aug 30, 2012

The ideological gulf that continues to widen between Democrats and Republicans makes us more polarized than ever before.