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Kenyan opposition accuses police of killing 215 people since August

Kenyan opposition accuses police of killing 215 people since August

December 7, 2017


Filed under National

NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya’s main opposition leader accused the police of killing more than 215 people since a disputed vote in August and described the arrest of a colleague who is pushing for electoral reform as political intimidation. “Innocent Kenyans” died at the hands of “trigger-happy police...

Left Wing, Right Wing, or Chicken Wing?

Left Wing, Right Wing, or Chicken Wing?

Kim Taylor

October 8, 2016


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

Are you a Northeast college student that needs to get registered to vote and not sure who stands for what cause?   You still have time to register and can do that at Hawk’s Point in the new dorm from 8-9am on Oct. 13th.   Also don’t forget to get your FREE wings and t-shirt at the info table on...

5 things Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have in common

February 4, 2016


Filed under National

By Anita Kumar McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) WASHINGTON — Despite their differences, Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders have plenty of things in common. Here are five of them: —Obama’s 3rd term Clinton and Sanders are embracing President Barack Obama, whose approval rating...

PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS SIOUXLAND

PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS SIOUXLAND

Waylon Goodwin, Editor/Reporter

September 4, 2012


Filed under Local News, National

President Barack Obama made an appearance on the Morningside College Campus in Sioux City, Iowa, Saturday Sept. 1, 2012 Some of the key issues President Obama touched on were the importance of the middle-class, and the importance of voting in the upcoming election in November. When the Democratic...

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