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Editorial

Holly McCauley

February 4, 2008

Filed under Opinion

This week, we had two editorials involving Wal-Mart and racism. I'd like to jump on the bandwagon. I'm mostly going to address racism by white people against black people. This is mostly for two reasons: first, including racism by...

The Marshall Law:

Dunn, Marshall

January 14, 2008

Filed under Opinion

I remember the first advice my dad gave me when I was learning how to drive. "Never, ever swerve for an animal. Just slow down. If that doesn't work, just hit it. Cars are replaceable - you aren't." Followed by, "Well, anythi...

Absence makes the college heart grow fonder

Jennifer Wright

November 26, 2007

Filed under Opinion

"I'll Be Home for Christmas" is a familiar song to most, but I've never really understood the lyrics until just recently. I've heard Henderson called a "commuter school" by several people. Most weekends here it seems like everyone h...

Drunken Bike Humping

Mitchell Allgood

November 26, 2007

Filed under Opinion

No longer will you picture large men in kilts sporting thick whiskey-soaked beards tossing light-poles around when you hear of Scotland. The new image will be far worse. Last week, a 51-year-old man was arrested for attempting...

Like a Virgin?

EZ Peterson

November 26, 2007

Filed under Opinion

"I did not have sexual relations with that woman." We all remember the famous quote sang from our television screens during the Monica Lewinsky "incident." If Bill Clinton was confused about what constitutes a sexual act, maybe I am ...

Student says troops in Iraq not to blame

Elishia Allen

November 26, 2007

Filed under Opinion

Democrats want to withdraw the troops from Iraq. Admirable desire. Republicans want to keep them there. That is understandable, too. We don't want another Vietnam-style retreat to deal with. America will lose face with its al...

Hot or Cole?

Tabitha Scott & Alexandria Moore

November 12, 2007

Filed under Opinion

When it comes to the artist Keyshia Cole, it seems that most people love her or hate her. Tabitha Scott of "Love Literally" and Alexandria Moore of "Soulfully Speaking" battle it out on different sides of the Keyshia Cole issue....

Introducing Dr. Noisewater

Mitchell Allgood

November 12, 2007

Filed under Opinion

One of the greatest and most short-lived self-help columns of all time has been unearthed. This week you will be hearing from one of the greatest minds with one of the greatest Viking beards this side of the Atlantic - Dr. Ken...

Please Excuse Me

EZ Peterson

November 5, 2007

Filed under Opinion

The lies we tell ourselves sound truer when we convince others of their content. Many of these lies manifest themselves through excuses. They are like the colorful band-aids for relationships. We make excuses for the one we love be...

What’s race got to do with it?

Alexandria Moore

November 5, 2007

Filed under Opinion

The success of a man or woman does not determine whom society thinks they should love or who they will love. Love is not a counterpart to fame, so it does not matter how famous someone becomes - they are going to love whoever t...

Letter to the Editor –

November 5, 2007

Filed under Opinion

This letter is in response to "Quad hosts controversy" and "Editor weighs in on events" on page 3 of the Oct. 15 issue. The awareness QSA is bringing to campus is a great thing. My discontent is with those who participated in t...

The ‘beratings’ will continue until intelligence improves

Mitchell Allgood

October 22, 2007

Filed under Opinion

Not to beat a dead horse, because Mr. Ford's article addressed the situation properly and thoroughly, but I am not as tactful - or as classy for that matter - as he is. And I feel I would be sorely remiss if I didn't respond to th...

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