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Tag Archives | war on terror
Every third Thursday of each month, Hot Spots meets to discuss current, national or international issues. For the group’s first meeting, Sept. 19, the issue “Pakistan: American Partner in War Against Terrorism?” was discussed.
Whoever said that men start wars was almost right. The main thing nowadays that starts wars is oil — black gold. Men just help it along.
I am not going to lie and say that I know even half of the situation in Iraq. It would be a crime to pretend like I knew how we should handle Saddam Hussein.
The emergence of the “American Taliban” this week has created another sticky situation for the government to deal with, not to mention given fuel to “Saturday Night Live” (how can they pass it up?) The lingering debate that will no doubt continue for some time is, what should be done with John Walker?
The following is a response to the letter from some members of the School of Business and Global Studies [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 16].
Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
Dear Mom, First and foremost Mom, I love you. My best wishes to the rest of the family, I miss them dearly, but running was my only alternative to the draft.
More than 20 students and more than half a dozen faculty members participated in the anti-war walkout on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 10:45 a.m. as a form of protest against the recent bombings in Afghanistan.
I found it absolutely appalling that some of the teachers here at the University of La Verne were actually supporting this weakly attempted rally that took place on Oct. 11.