I’d like to compliment some of Spike Jordan’s editorial, “Have a Safe, Responsible Halloween Weekend” (The Eagle, Oct. 30.)
I read an article in The Eagle last week that suggested senate wanted to spend some $4500 on an email subscription to a health magazine in an effort to curb alcohol abuse.
A few years ago a colleague showed me in disbelief the following sentence from a student’s paper on Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage: “During the Civil War, most families were so poor that they couldn’t afford a TV and had to get their news from newspapers.”
I was reminded of this anecdote when I read Kyle Tarbutton’s article “Sandoz Center exhibit explores Depression-era photographs” in the October 23, 2014 edition of The Eagle (pg. 17).
The outcome of the election will have direct impacts on your life. As a member of the CSC community you can make the difference in the outcome of this election.
Three student senators wrote the Eagle to explain their votes on Monday’s $18,500 allocation.
Eagles, we have a problem. Just 14 percent of young Nebraskans voted last midterm election. We can—and we must—do better this November!
I’ll put it bluntly: I’d like people to share the sidewalks.
As a current graduate student, Student Senate officer, graduate assistant, and proud alumnus I am writing today in concern for some of the articles that you have been allowing in your paper.
“Andrew Jackson once said: ‘Any man worth his salt will stick up for what he believes right, but it takes a slightly better man to acknowledge instantly and without reservation that he is in error.”
What does it say about how useful each of us is to society, when The Eagle needs to publish an editorial telling readers to actually BE the change they are looking for within student government?