It is sad to see truly talented actors in bad entertainment vehicles. Bill Cosby in “Leonard Part VI,” Robert Duvall in “Days of Thunder,” Lynn Whitfield in “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate,” Al Pacino in “The Devil’s Advocate.” Al, you were Michael Corleone for crying out loud!
The college experience brings with it a variety of “treasures.” For some, it is a feeling of at last receiving individual freedom and of having more personal space. It is about being “independent” and about doing things for oneself.
Dennis Rodman should, by now, be given an ultimatum by the executive staff of the Los Angeles Lakers forcing him to stay or leave.
Imagine for a second that one’s fate, the future of one’s life and one’s unborn children rested upon a little pink sticker on a complete stranger’s driver’s license.
The memory is still fresh: four girls were at a party, talking about the possibility of a new sorority on campus. It didn’t sound too farfetched at the time. Jokes about a name, a mascot and colors turned into a serious discussion. Once surfaced, the idea never died.
It’s 10:30 on a Friday night, loud music, screaming and laughing are coming from a Woods Apartment, and you are the only resident assistant (RA) on duty.
Gang violence is scary, and what’s even more scary is that society isn’t really sure how to cope with or solve the problem of gang violence.
Recently, while out shopping with inmates, a convicted rapist escaped from two “supervisors” in downtown San Bernardino. It was later learned that 10 inmates had fled from the institution in 37 days.
Okay, Danny boy, you and your people have had your fun; now how about letting me and my group get in on a little of the action, too?
Columbia, the pride of NASA and the nation, completed its second mission last Saturday. Although this was the first time a space vehicle has been used twice, the space shuttle may prove to be a lemon in the long run.