Articles by Madison Dibble

Madison Dibble

Madison Dibble is a freshman at the University of Minnesota. She is currently majoring in Economics. Madison grew up in the tiny town of Fulda, which is a small gem located in the south west corner of Minnesota. While in high school, Maddy was a drummer in the band and ran cross country and track. She also competed in speech and Business Professionals of America. When she is not spending too much of her life reading and watching the news, Madison enjoys reading books, wasting time on social media, cheering for the Gophers, and hanging out with her family and friends.


Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility Director Deems “We the People” a Cover For Racism

The University of Minnesota’s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Access Programs Alexander Hines condemned the atrocities of the neo-Nazi gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia by blaming the Constitution of the United States. In a post published on the University’s Campus Climate Website, Hines penned a strong statement of condemnation writing, “As we prepare to return to…

Time to leave the U.N.

Much like the anti-capitalists on the University of Minnesota’s campus, the United Nations’ (UN) most recent target are housing developments. The UN Security Council recently passed a resolution condemning the Israeli (Jewish) housing settlements. “The establishment by Israel of settlements in the Palestinian territory occupied since 1967, including East Jerusalem, has no legal validity and…

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