The other day I was listening to a song of hers that I love because of the lyrics. However, when I saw the music video for it, it left me wondering if it was sending the wrong messages to girls.
Daily Archive: March 17, 2011
Planned Parenthood will no longer receive federal money to offer services. This includes basic primary preventative health care to women and families. Defunding Planned Parenthood could cease its abortion services. But it will equally decrease vital services that are far more likely to prevent abortions.
In our everyday experiences, we get what we give. As an interacting society, we gain much when we collaborate and suffer when we don’t. The world has much to offer, and the benefits we stand to gain are increased when our community is fully functioning.
Now that everyone has had their fill of the Charlie Sheen fiasco, hopefully our attention can refocus on more important things in life. We have no problem speaking ill of the living, such as Mr. Sheen, and yet people often like to say that it is rude or intolerable to speak ill of the dead.
With all of the death and destruction, coupled with wide-spread fears about the impact not only on the Japanese economy, but the global market as well, it would seem easy to abandon hope and dwell on the bitter social and economic problems created by the crisis.
A $60,000 bronze sculpture is planned as the next step in a spate of building renovations and beautification efforts that have been changing and updating Chadron State’s campus.
A wind turbine building workshop took place during midterm break in the Design and Technology Education labs of the Burkheiser Building. Workshop participants met from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily.
CSC Student Senate elections have been set for 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. March 29 and 30 in the student center. Individuals interested in joining senate must submit a petition by March 22 in order to be on the ballot for the Spring 2011 elections.
CAB focused on upcoming spring events in the meeting Tuesday including a campus cleanup, Senate elections, Spring Days, and Scholastics Day.
This week at Senate three new members were inducted as senators and a community service activity was planned for Senate members.