Shauna Banks firstname.lastname@example.org Nothing says homecoming like a slice of pie and hula hooping to Texas Wesleyan’s alma mater. Six weeks into a new semester, and with spring break looming around the corner, Student Life, the Social Rams and the Student Government Association are kicking off
On a daily basis, I am surrounded by composition books, a sea of pencils, a rainbow of crayons and a thousand requests to go to the bathroom. The days start at 7:20 a.m. and end when tutorials or the latest faculty meeting decides to finally end. Nope.
Relationships have their trials and tribulations as it is — dealing with money issues, communication problems, or in some cases maybe even trust. But what happens when you add race to the mix? Race has been a controversial topic from the start, with the enslavement of minorities, the
Jeremy Lin, point guard for the New York Knicks, has his fame within just five minutes. Nike now has a campaign to promote “Linsanity”. This includes giving the Knick a custom pair of made shoes. Chinese-Americans have been buying jerseys, shirts and posters to promote the player. However, Nike has
Five students were shot at Chardon high school in Clevand, Ohio. The sad part of this story is that so many times this has happened and so many times we have over looked why students are reacting this way. Reactions of this extremity are a result of our media, social
As President Obama said in an address to a community college regarding budget cut plans,”The time for self inflicted wounds to our economy has to be over.” Obama is asking Americans to keep talking about and keep demanding the passing of a bill that will extend reduced taxes. According to
According to CNN blog sites, Rick Perry is noting his attempt for debates in the 2012 primary as merely a practice as he embarks on the road to a presidential election yet again. Personally, I don’t want a presidential candidate who shows n0 interest in bettering educational costs and economical