Liberal bias in our entertainment

October 15, 2008 0

Is the liberal slant in the entertainment industry alienating conservative consumers? Some would have you believe that there is not a liberal bias and that everyone claiming otherwise are right-wing and just plain paranoid, but this writer knows differently. After having spent my last two semesters submerged in communications courses, I have picked up a few tid-bits of information here and there.

Younger, but not smarter drinkers

September 24, 2008 0

I recently finished reading Annemarie’s well-written article about the Amethyst Initiative. As a result of working in the Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) field for some time I had heard of it prior to the “100 Presidents” media coverage.

Is the press picking on Palin?

September 24, 2008 1

In the run up to the Presidential Election, candidates can expect to be grilled about subjects ranging from foreign and economic policies to what kind of car they drive.

Mind your pleases and thank yous

September 24, 2008 3

One of the ultimate sins for a human is to be rude. Right? Nothing is worse than someone who takes their fellow man for granted. The easiest way to fix this problem?

Night classes become fairly regular

September 24, 2008 0

When students begin to register for classes, a decision needs to be made; Whether or not you will brave the long, drawn-out lectures, and take a night class.

Green parking ticket tags turn red for Millersville Police

September 24, 2008 2

For all those who roam about throughout this campus, it is hard not to take a look at the parking problems throughout Millersville University. Millersville is a tiny campus and that should be considered, but is parking as fair as it should be?

Life takes Visa, but Millersvile does not

September 24, 2008 3

This summer I was outraged when I went to pay my summer bill for two classes totaling close to $2,000 with my Visa and was denied. I was told that Millersville no longer accepts Visa.

Can you hear me now?

September 24, 2008 0

On my way to class my cell phone rings. I answer it. While I begin a conversation with the individual on the other line, I watch the people that are walking towards me. Each person walking towards me is also talking on their cell phones.

New ban goes up in smoke

September 17, 2008 0

On Sept. 11, 2008 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania enacted a smoking ban on public areas. No longer can people smoke in public places, such as bars or restaurants.

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