Opinion

Death of a tyrant: Revenge killing or justice?

The footage of Saddam Hussein’s execution from a cell phone has spread across the Internet faster than panty-free Britney Spears. The reaction to the footage is mixed, just like America’s reaction to the war.…

Temple won’t receive without giving

Every year, “U.S. News & World Report” releases its annual college rankings and sends college admissions offices and obsessive applicants into a frenzy. Combine this with colleges scratching and clawing for any sliver of recognition on the national stage and soon “Most Connected” banners are everywhere.…

Craigslist more naughty than nice

Founded in 1995 by Craig Newmark as a way to tell San Francisco residents about cool local events, Craigslist has expanded to include cities in all 50 states and more than 50 countries.…

Internet: Home away from home

Sitting in the TECH Center, a girl reads, “Sara Spink has posted a comment on your wall.” Her eyes widen as her lips form into a smile. It is obvious that this connection has brought her some joy.…

Dems didn’t receive votes for draft

U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., re-elected to his 18th term, just revealed his plans for a new piece of legislation. It won’t end the war in Iraq, but it would force America’s youth to fight in it.…

Keep comedians out of our classes

Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Lewis Black are the premier political comics of our time. These three comedians have provided necessary criticism of the American government for the last few years.…