Tag: education

Letters to the Editor

I have just finished reading the editorials in the March 24 issue of the Campus Times and feel obligated to raise a few issues to the public.

Partners, friends in talent business

Junior David Held and freshman S. Baker Eatmon are combining their creative talents and blending a bit of their offbeat sense of humor and team spirit into their own business, B & D Productions.

Education loses to Social Security

The term “the children are our future” has been thrown out the window by the U.S. Congress via the latest round of proposed budget cuts. They are trying to make it nearly impossible for young adults and children in this country to expand their minds and receive a quality education.

Taylor exhibit unveils family life in portraits

As students pass through the bottom floor of Miller Hall they notice the walls of the Irene Carlson Gallery adorned with a new entourage of photographs. But there is something very different about this display that requires passersby to take a second glance.

Commitments of service in Luna’s future

Volunteer work and helping others are activities that many hold in high regard but never accomplish. Jesus Luna decided not to be one of those people.

Curing financial woes

Just when students thought the cost of a good education was getting too high to bear, the Department of Education unveiled its new budget proposal for the 1996 fiscal year.

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