With controversy hovering around the NFL executives and players, the topic of domestic abuse has come to the forefront of the picture in the past few months.
I want to tell you a little secret: I hate writing. I hate writing just about as much as any college student, if not more.
About a week or so ago, I did something that I promised myself I would never do: I watched The Big Bang Theory.
Election Day in the United States is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. This year, that day is Nov. 4, which is less than 50 days from today.
In my down time, I like to get on the internet.
Kim Kardashian having a baby and naming her North, Robin Williams’ death, Ferguson, Missouri shooting of a teenager, ISIS (also called ISIL and the Islamic State), these are all examples of major headline stories. Now tell me, which one is more important than the rest?
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“Since ISIS goes against everything America stands for they are a direct threat. We need to put a stop to this. We need to communicate with our allies and find solutions to the
We were all rocked by the events in Ferguson. Military-grade weaponry patrolled a suburb of St. Louis as if it were Fallujah, while policemen violated the constitutional rights of peaceful protesters and even journalists.
Most CSC students weren’t even in high school when the U.S. military invaded Iraq in 2003. It’s likely then that few of us remember the rhetoric that drove us into the nearly nine-year conflict.