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Students march to Capitol

Students march to Capitol

Marlee Baron, Managing Editor

April 23, 2018

“Protect students, not guns” “We are enraged” “Thoughts and prayers are not bulletproof.” These are just some of the messages that were plastered on signs in the Huss Center on Apr. 20 as students gathered to walk to the capitol to rally against gun violence This particular walkout, althou...

Activists must demand change for all lives, not just white ones

Activists must demand change for all lives, not just white ones

Ellie Findell, Production Manager

April 19, 2018

The success of the March for our Lives thrives on the skin of its organizers and students of color need to be represented in the fight against gun violence.

Two Sides, One Issue: Students should protest for democracy and change

Two Sides, One Issue: Students should protest for democracy and change

Lucy Sandeen, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017

Protests are an essential part of a functional democracy. Students should take this to heart and protest for change.

Two Sides, One Issue: Students should inspire real change, not protests

Two Sides, One Issue: Students should inspire real change, not protests

Chloe Morse, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017

Students should forgo protests to inspire real change with their legislatures.

DAPL redirected to Sioux County, sparks outrage

DAPL redirected to Sioux County, sparks outrage

Isa Saaverda-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

November 25, 2016

DAPL (Dakota Access Pipeline) moved from Bismark to Sioux Country. Protesters gather in outrage in Sioux County and around the country.

Students and teachers march against Islamaphobia

Students and teachers march against Islamaphobia

Isabel Saavedra-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

September 26, 2016

"No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA!" Anyone between May Day Books and the Republican Headquarters on Saturday the 17th would have most likely heard coming from the streets. Muslim Students Alliance, or MSA, a school club made last year took part in the march this year, and opened the opportunity to...

Protesters march against the Washington D.C. NFL team name

Protesters march against the Washington D.C. NFL team name

Breandan Gibbons, Staff Writer

November 11, 2014

At 8:00, in 39 degree temperature, on Sunday, Nov. 2, 4,500 people gathered in front of TCF Back Stadium for the largest protest of the Washington football team’s name, "Redskins" to date. The protest and preceding march were lead by government officials and First Nations leaders, as well as other public figures.