As Student Association now finds itself minus a key postion in its office, several students are left to wonder how and why this came to pass. Many remain uninformed as to the details of the situation, and are left asking the some questions that remain unanswered. Why did this happen? And when will they be informed of the full story? »
You know what? It's great living in a democracy. Though we often take it for granted, having the right to control our own fates and the direction of the nation is amazing. I'm proud to be a part of this political system. »
submitted by Naomi R. Krzyzaniak
I enjoyed Matt Boog's article last week on "Something More, Something Better." I think you captured key points in the smoking dilemma and your comparison to the war in Iraq was a good one. It's passionate disagreements that start wars, end marriages and sever lifelong friendships. Both sides remain dogmatic in their stance with a laundry list of why the opposing view is wrong. How many holy wars have caused the death of innocent lives in the "name of god"? How tragic. »
While I was driving to school on Sept. 11, I saw some people holding signs on the corner of Bay and Tittabawassee. I figured they were war protestors, which I've seen on that corner before. It wasn't until closer inspection - one guy ran up to my car and started waving a sign - that I realized that these people were 9/11 conspiracy theorists. Their signs encouraged people to look up "Building 7" on Google and visit the Web site infowars.com. Another sign read "9/11 was an inside job." »
People are pigs.
A single person may not be messy but when people get together, things get dirty.
I recently went to a concert at DTE Energy Music Theater and sat on the lawn. I had a great time until I walked to the top of the lawn to leave and looked down and saw all the trash that fellow concert-goers had left. I was appalled. Honestly, how hard is it to pick up after yourself? »