Architecture students taking the first steps in the project, painting the first layer or primer onto the container.

Turning a Dream into Reality: Architecture Students Build Real Life Medical Center from Scratch

Will Petersen, Co-Sports Editor May 8, 2014

After coming back to school after this seemingly short spring break you may have noticed a large and rectangular metal container outside near the bus loop. Well, this hunk of metal is more than meets the...

Athletes process out of the arena after the Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics at Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

Week in Review: The Five Most Notable Events You Should Know

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter February 10, 2014

1. A Smooth Start to the Olympics The Olympics this year have been cloaked in controversy. From gay rights to terror strikes and controversies over poor preparations, many were uncertain whether the...

News Week in Review: The Five Things You Need to Know For This Week

News Week in Review: The Five Things You Need to Know For This Week

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter January 25, 2014

  1. The Broncos Are Going to the Superbowl! Yes, it’s finally happened, after a decisive victory against the New England Patriots, the Broncos have made it to the Super Bowl, and with Peyton...

The Howler Predicts Exactly What Will Happen in 2014

The Howler Predicts Exactly What Will Happen in 2014

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter December 31, 2013

Deciding to join almost every other news organization in the country, The Monarch Howler has decided to speculate about things they know nothing about, and even though 2014 hasn’t even started yet, we...

In the wake of the recession, the private sector has not only returned to its original size, it has grown substantially. The private sector has helped pull the entire U.S. economy out from one of its darkest moments. With a meteoric rise in corporate profits, the private sector has helped add millions of jobs, helping push unemployment to a stronger, more manageable level.

The US Economy in Five Graphics

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter December 12, 2013

Community and labor groups demonstrate outside a Walmart store in Lakeside on Black Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. They were protesting the nations largest retailer on the busiest shopping day of the year.

Walmart: Capitalism Gone Wrong

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter December 6, 2013

Walmart, well-known for being one of the worst employers in the nation, has been berated from every demographic for it’s near-criminal treatment of it’s employees. Known for providing abysmal pay for...

Photo Credit: Nate Beeler

The Nuclear Option: The Explosive State of Washington D.C.

Oliver Ullman, Staff Reporter December 5, 2013

Thursday, November 21st, marked the date for one of the most important events in the history of American Politics. Although it may not seem like it, the rules for filibusters have just undergone a complete...

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