The true meaning of Memorial Day is overshadowed and forgotten

Sarah Chung

June 6, 2012

Memorial Day, a day dedicated to the men and women who served and died for their country in the United States Armed Forces, has been obscured by the lure of no school and Memorial Day sales. It is important to pay tribute and...

Pink slime seeps into one of America’s favorite foods

Camille Collier

April 26, 2012

Gooey, pink and sprayed with ammonia gas­­-- these, believe it or not,  are elements that constitute part of a good meal to many Americans. A substance found in 70 percent of beef sold at supermarkets has been termed “lean,...

Corporate America jumps the gun on Christmas, push to buy starts too far in advance

Elise Brown

November 15, 2011

It’s the day after Halloween. You’ve recovered from your candy binge, slowly slid back into your normal routine, and decided to watch some TV. The continent is in the heart of autumn, with turkeys and awkward family reunions...

“Captain America” flies into theaters

Madison Fiedler

September 16, 2011

Who doesn’t love a classic good versus evil, action-packed, big screen adventure?  Director Joe Johnston, along with writers Christopher Markus, and Stephen McFeely make one of our iconic superheros come to life in in the Marvel...

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