roarstaff - Monday, February 28, 2011
acebook and Twitter both pass the time, strengthen relationships with friends, provide us with free communication, and let us take a break from our hectic lives. We happily accept all of these benefits but do we really need them?
Leigh Jacobson - Wednesday, December 7, 2011
When we first opened our site over a year ago, we were all enthralled by the idea of making articles more accessible to the student body by enabling comments. What we never expected, however, were the multitude of anonymous rude comments that were directed as personal attacks to our staff.
Jake Davidson - Monday, January 30, 2012
I am dismayed by Obama’s recent partisan actions with the Keystone pipeline, sacrificing American jobs for his re-election campaign. However, all of these failings pale in comparison to my outright consternation as both a Jew and an American in Obama’s approach to Iran’s nuclear situation.
Rachel Chistyakov - Monday, May 14, 2012
The most important lesson I learned from the March of the Living is that there is life after the Holocaust. These survivors have moved on with their lives. Although this idea might seem obvious to most, I did not realize it until I was in Poland, walking through death camps with the people who escaped them.