Can you hear me now? Even if your service sucks and your friend can’t hear you, don’t be surprised if that phone call is still being heard someone else.
Writers Archives: Adam Omernik
You’ve probably noticed by now that gas prices are well above $3 a gallon, and you’ve probably heard many experts predict prices in excess of $4 per gallon by summer’s end, right? What about global warming and the fact that most of the countries we buy our oil from hate our guts? OK, good. We’re […]
Web site operators posting explicit information, no matter what the intention, will experience quite a headache if a new proposal by the Bush administration requiring an official government warning label on their pages and a threat of up to five years of imprisonment for exposing “scandalous” material becomes law.
Let’s face it–we’re addicted. America’s drug of choice is oil, and we’re all paying for it.
It’s no secret that relations between the colleges of Business, Education and the Arts and Sciences have become strained, to say the least.
Imagine yourself in a few years working full time and having a child. What are you going to do? Well the obvious solution to the problem is to get a babysitter. But what if you cannot afford a babysitter or can’t find one you like or trust?
It’s been said that all press is good press. Well if that’s the case, then Will Ferrell had one hell of a great week. No, he didn’t have a No.1 smash hit at the box office nor did he have a steamy rendezvous with Linsday Lohan. Rather, according to iNewswire.com, he died.
Video footage of President Bush’s briefing on Hurricane Katrina was recently released and it’s appalling that, after several warnings, President George W. Bush and his administration were still woefully unprepared for the disaster.
The Action Task Force, the in-house body charged with auditing the University of La Verne’s efficiency has submitted all of its 34 recommendations, but some of those ideas – particularly those aimed at examining the necessity of smaller majors for the good of the University – have been causing quite a ruckus among concerned students […]
Since the terrorism attacks of Sept. 11, government agencies have quickened the pace in reclassifying public documents. Reclassifying documents is nothing new, but the amount of documents being pulled from the archives has increased considerably since President Bush took office.