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Iowa is a big biking state. From the hundreds of acres of bike trails, to the spectacle that is the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI), you cannot go far in Iowa without seeing a bike.

During the bitter cold winter months, with the sky going dark by 4 p.m., many of us might have experienced what is referred to as “winter blues.” It is also recognized as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD.

Since the dawn of civilization, technology has been making huge leaps and bounds. In the blink of an eye, humans went from rubbing two sticks together to create fire to creating fully functioning electric cars. The classroom is no different. But is it for better or for worse?

Surveys are a great way to collect information from a variety of sources in a short amount of time, especially when people can answer anonymously for more sensitive topics, such as sexual assault. Iowa State recently sent out a survey looking to find answers about the current climate around campus.

Over spring break, the Midwest was hit with some of the worst flooding it has seen in decades. While western Iowa was hit hard, southwest Iowa experienced the worst of the flood waters. Many communities along the Missouri River are now underwater and residents have no knowledge of when they might be able to return.

The Iowa State University Police Department released a new app for Iowa State's campus called Rave Guardian. Launched Wednesday, the app serves as a "full contact list of emergency and non-emergency contact personnel, push notifications about campus activity and crime and a tip button for easy submissions," according to the police.

Two weeks ago, Student Government passed a free speech resolution that expresses support for a controversial bill making its way through the Iowa Legislature that could bar members of the LGBTQIA+ community from leadership positions.

For many higher education students, they are expected to follow a four-year plan. Many colleges even have prerequisite courses that focus on making sure students understand the required classes of the major and minors.

Over the weekend, Student Government was slated to hold an emergency Senate meeting that would have served two purposes: determine whether the director of residency has a future in the organization, as well as discuss a resolution aimed at creating a better Student Government.

People shouldn’t have to question whether or not their hairstyles will land them the job they’re applying for. Hairstyles don’t define what people are capable of accomplishing in the workplace, or in any aspect in society for that matter.

Former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld announced Friday that he intends to mount a challenge against President Donald Trump in the Republican primary. He stated that he will be exploring financial support to gauge his campaign's viability.

A compromise is something that can be rarely found in today’s day and age, given the current political climate. Is it really that shocking that one couldn’t be reached between Congress and the president?

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