Demographics are not debatable

September 17, 2008 0

At some point, within the last few months, we have all been bombarded by a barrage of the extremely original and creative political advertisements. Indeed, the political phenomenon is inescapable.

The bike and its all-around benefits

September 17, 2008 0

Novelist Iris Murdoch once said, “The bicycle is the most civilized conveyance known to man. Other forms of transport grow daily more nightmarish. Only the bicycle remains pure in heart.”

Conventions traditional and yet impractical

September 10, 2008 0

With the Democratic and Republican National Conventions now over, let us review the proceedings to see if either were missing anything. Long and unnecessary speeches: check. Abundant amounts of obnoxious clapping every ten seconds: check. Phony symbolism and corny special effects: check.

Threat assessment threatening privacy

September 10, 2008 0

This fall semester, Millersville has instituted yet another task force to monitor student behavior because of the terrible way the school dealt with the lock down last April and called it the “Threat Assessment Team.”

Ice Cream Shoppe grand opening

September 10, 2008 0

With the new addition of the Turkey Hill Ice Cream Shoppe in Gordinier, many questions have begun to run through my head; number one being, “Why did they wait so long to put this in?”

Latest accessory trend's style really "barks"

September 10, 2008 0

Is your outfit missing something? According to designer Michael Kors, the accessory that you are missing might be a furry friend. “Add a sleek pet greyhound as an accessory and the look says fast and rich,” the designer advises readers in the September issue of Marie Claire magazine.

Vote for the leader not a party

September 10, 2008 0

Chances are that before school let out, sometime over the summer, and even now back at school you have started to discuss the presidential election.

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