With the flurry of events resulting from the infamous “government shutdown”, it would be easy to jump on the bandwagon and place blame squarely on the shoulders of Congress for our countries fiscal problems.
Someone recently stole my black and red thumb drive from one of the computers in the computer lab of Old Admin.
“Seriously?” is the only way I could describe my feelings about the April 18, 2013 issue of the Eagle. The lack of respect in one specific article titled “Committee collapse takes democracy with it” disgusts me.
I picked up the Eagle last Thursday morning and was absolutely disgusted with an article about dining out. This article, authored by Sara Labor, was entitled; “Dining out? Don’t skimp on the tips.”
As a Facebook user and a CSC student, I heard of CSC Confessions from a mutual friend who had put a link on her page.
I am writing in response to the coverage of the death of Sterling Atkins with this week’s [Feb. 14] edition of the Eagle.
I spent six days and eighteen hours without access to my email. Why? So that I would have to memorize a new website in order to access it.
I’m going to guess that everyone on this campus has gone onto some form of social networking site within the last few weeks to see what trivial things are running through people’s heads.
Opinion columns allow some speculation and, obviously, opinion. Franklin Annis’ recent offering in the October 25th edition of The Eagle, “Gun rights include right to own any firearm,” however, exhausts any reasonable latitude accorded to such forums and fails to meet basic standards of acceptable journalism.
I am led to believe that every one of us is guilty of judging something without knowing all of the facts, especially as often as I remember myself doing so.