April 1st’s edition contained what was hopefully an April Fool’s joke, but it isn’t funny. In the article “Professor contrasts black, gay suffering” the “professor” in question is no professor and in fact has no
The men’s gymnastics team wanted first place. In search of a third straight Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship, and a trip to the NCAA Championships as a team, the Owls came up short. A sub-par
It doesn’t take a Harvard graduate to know Harvard is expensive. But it takes a Harvard graduate to do something about it. Like most colleges and universities, Harvard is raising its tuition this fall by
The topic of same sex marriage has entered the spotlight after millions of Americans witnessed gay and lesbian couples tie the knot in San Francisco, New Paltz, New York and even Asbury Park, NJ. Let’s
John Kerry said in response to criticism concerning his refusal to fund a conflict he previously supported, “I actually voted for the $87 billion before I voted against it.” Meanwhile, Terry McAuliffe, Chairman of the
In what has become an annual springtime ritual, Temple University has found itself the target of multiple protests. Hundreds of students spent their Sunday demonstrating in front of the Student Activities Center before marching down
Yesterday in Iraq, four American civilians were brutally murdered and their corpses mutilated by a mob in the city of Falluja, thought by many to be the center of the ongoing insurgency against the U.S.