The Case For Christmas

December 4, 2012 James McDougald 0

Of Christmas, I am a fan. The food, the better parts of family, the season in general. I know what you’re thinking; it involves lots of mumbling and snarky, guttural sounds forming the expression “consumerism.” […]


Her Safe Haven

December 2, 2012 Ami Dudley 0

A campus health clinic is a safe haven, a place of refuge and security. Students visit health clinics for all types of reasons -contraception, std’s, and illness. Students should feel comfortable during their stay at […]


Surviving the Shuttle

November 11, 2012 Ami Dudley 0

The crowd of students that can be seen waiting for the Panther Express shuttle outside of GCB can be likened to herds of animals. Some are graceful gazelles while others are predatory lions. I sat […]


Post Election

November 11, 2012 James McDougald 0

I’m writing this essay on November 6, 2012.  It’s two hours before the polls close and, barring any Floridian subterfuge, about six hours before America finds out what she’s getting for the next four years.  […]


Beauty or just the beast?

November 11, 2012 Jaira Burke 0

In Northern China JIan Feng recently sued his ex-wife for having a baby that he claimed to be disturbingly ugly. Feng was so repulsed by the child’s look and lack of resemblance to him, or […]


It’s Not a Trap

November 6, 2012 James McDougald 0

On May 25, 1977 a little b-movie swept the cultural zeitgeist of America and the world.  The tie-dyed, bell-bottomed masses had never seen anything like the adventure of a young farm boy called Luke and […]


Anything to Make the Grade

November 6, 2012 Jaira Burke 0

Every year millions of students head off to college all in an effort to build a foundation for their future. The goal- makes the grades to get the job. But does this emphasis on a […]


Flying Past the Flyers

November 6, 2012 Ami Dudley 0

Campus flyer boards for advertisements and announcements are like email accounts, complete with junk mail. Problem is, you can’t have the junk flyers sent to your trash. When students like Mechelle Pollard are on the […]

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