I spent a lot of time pondering what I would write about for my last Campus Times column.
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I have not been feeling well lately. I struggle to get out of the bed in the mornings. I fight to keep my eyes open during lectures. I have been plagued with a wicked stomach ache when I realize that I have to go to class in the mornings. I don’t think that it is […]
I am scared of the dark. I sleep with a night light; my heart races when I walk to my car at 2 a.m. alone leaving from someplace, and I am not afraid to admit that I feel safer when I have double checked the lock on my door 15 times before finally retiring into […]
I realized that I was different at an early age. I believe that it was the fourth grade when I discovered this.
On Nov. 8, 2002, the United Nations passed Resolution 1441 by a unanimous vote. Its purpose was to disarm Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction.
There comes a time in every person’s life when they reflect. Lately I have been doing a lot of that. With half of my senior year nearly over, I am starting to realize that the idea of commencement is frightening.
Never before have I felt that feeling. Butterflies in my stomach, sweat on my palms and a twinkle in my eye.
A week after high-risk sex offender Eric Kristian Rosvold moved back into his girlfriend’s Cork Circle home in La Verne, the United States Supreme Court was reviewing questions of constitutional violations surrounding Megan’s Law.
Christina, Britney, Jennifer Love and J. Lo. They sound relatively the same, they dress somewhat the same and they all represent the sexier side of the music industry.
One-dollar margaritas, 99 cent Heinekens, foot long hot dogs at five o’clock in the morning, shrimp cocktail, male strippers, blackjack, craps, poker, rock stars and homeless, toothless people – where in the world can you find all these things in one place?