Hindsight may be 20/20, but romanticizing the past holds us back.
In response to Richard Heule’s column, “Men Have Become Tools of Their Tools” (The Eagle, Feb. 6). I wish to maybe shed a different light on technological convenience in our time.
Like most discussions, there are two camps: pro-vaccine (see: sane, reasonable people), and anti-vaccine, (see: absolute nut cases, lunatics).
The problem that I see coming from this is there is a huge generational divide. It seems like every generation thinks every younger generation is going downhill.
The benefit of theatre is that it allows us to explore subjects that can often be difficult to discuss in real life without consequences to the people involved.
In light of recent events, namely the ongoing battle between student politicians and The Eagle, as well as the recent front page debacle in the Rapid City Journal, I would like to thank all the current and former Eagle staff members who have played a roll in The Eagle’s journalistic integrity over the years…
Jeff McFarland says a negative outlook doesn’t accomplish anything, Spike Jordan says sycophantic praise does little to effect change.
Student Senate is debating whether they should spend $10,000 to put a F’real machine in the library coffee shop.
Read more in the article found at: http://csceagle.com/2015/02/11/senate-approves-3-student-trustee-applications/
19, sophomore of
Bellmawr, New Jersey
“I understand the resignations, but maybe it was too early. I feel like the Senate is a reflection on the President and Vice President.”
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