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Our View: Religious Freedom Bill

March 19, 2016 Grace Bueckendorf

During the past few weeks we, the Index Editorial Board, have been working to answer your questions about the political process, encouraging you to become informed and getting you excited to vote and be civically engaged in the […]

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Our View: Down-Ballot Voting

February 27, 2016 Grace Bueckendorf

The presidential elections are always intense affairs, with candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties making grand promises to the American people in an effort to gain votes. The presidential primaries already have begun, with […]

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Our View: Paino pursues passion

February 18, 2016 Grace Bueckendorf

There is nothing quite like the feeling of losing a star player. Many of us have been there, standing in front of the television watching a press conference where a favorite ball player — whose jersey you never […]

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Our View: Take a stand for diversity on campus

November 13, 2015 Taylor Lay

Jonathan Butler decided to stop eating Nov. 2. Butler, a graduate student at the University of Missouri, made his decision after Mizzou President Tim Wolfe declined to respond to “several instances of racism and discrimination […]