Opinion

March is getting Mad

March 17, 2011
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Can you hear those sounds? The loud screams, the squeak of sneakers on the gym floor. That’s right, it is March Madness time! Although I am very excited for the tournament to begin, there are many problems that have to be addressed with the selection of the teams this year. I first have to make…

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Letter To The Editor 3/17/2011

March 17, 2011
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Where did our morals go? Do you recognize right and wrong, or does anything fly? What do we, as a college, base our morals off of? In the Adrian College mission statement, we define ourselves as being a part of the United Methodist tradition; therefore, our morals and actions should be in accordance to this…

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Our View: Celebrate wisely on St. Patrick’s day

March 17, 2011
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Tomorrow marks what is undoubtedly one of the most popular holidays in America, particularly for college age citizens.  Tomorrow, March 17, marks the celebration of Saint Patrick, the most well known patron Saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick was born sometime in the 4th century, somewhere in the then Roman controlled British Isles. As a young…

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Commentary: Never forget that love is all you need

February 17, 2011
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Jewelry, chocolate, stuffed bears and corny Hallmark cards are all typical gifts that you may have given or received this Valentine’s Day. All of these materials we buy, due to our heavily based consumer economy, take away from the real point out of Valentine’s Day. To have each other. In the days leading up to…

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Commentary: Solutions to Life’s problems

February 17, 2011
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With valentines day over, and all the heart-shaped boxes formerly home to chocolates and other tasty treats all thrown into the garbage, and the cold muddy month of February winds to a close, there always seems to be a spike in conflicts. With these quick and easy tips, you can avoid, defuse, or even solve…

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Our View: Respect Egypt’s new government

February 17, 2011
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As many of you may be aware, there are currently several revolutions occurring in the Arab World, the most prominent of which has been occurring in Egypt. The pro western regime that has lasted for the last three decades has been removed from power by the will of the people, and a new government is…

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Commentary: Music’s new D.R.U.G

February 17, 2011
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On February 22, 2011, a new precedent in musical history will occur: the first album release from a band named Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (abbreviated as D.R.U.G.S.). The significance of this first is that never has a band been the complete formulation of musicians who have been “fired” from their previous bands. While the…

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Our View: Enjoy your day with your loved ones

February 10, 2011
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Next Monday marks what is, for most people, the single most romantic day of the year; the celebration of Saint Valentines Day. The day when couples all across America celebrate and rejoice in the love that they have found for each other. People all across America will be sending flowers, hearts, and candies. Romantic candles…

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Commentary: Halftime show was barely super

February 10, 2011
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I’m going to be blunt in saying I would have rather have gone hunting with Dick Cheney on a foggy morning than watched the Super Bowl halftime show; strike that, I would rather be locked in a room full of sharp objects with Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and Jack The Ripper than be subjugated to…

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Commentary: Current music is better than we think

February 10, 2011
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Justin Bieber’s new film comes out tomorrow. Now, I’m not going to spend the rest of this article defending either him, or his music.  I’m merely mentioning him to help highlight something; the fact that people complain about the current state of music far too much. Artists such as Bieber and Miley Cyrus are often…

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