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.

Straight from the editor's desk (in reply to a Letter to the Editor)

September 17, 2008 0

Since writing my opinion article about the elections, I have been criticized for my decision to support John McCain and Sarah Palin in their run for Presidential office. Last week, Phil Kyle sent in a letter accusing me of “falling under the propaganda of the Republican political machine.”

Hold the door, please!

September 17, 2008 0

Sitting in a 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. class, I find myself contemplating the importance of manners.
Again. It seems after deciding to write for the newspaper, I have begun to run into people with the worst manners.

Changes in tactics: teaching to learning

September 17, 2008 0

I am a student again and my head hurts. Or better: Sou estudante autra vez e doi-me a cabeca. Every now and then I have an experience that reminds me of what it feels like to be a student learning something that is utterly new.

Health Services is doing enough

September 17, 2008 0

I?have heard people complaining about the changes in the Health Services hours and their services. However, I?feel that the changes are more realistic in what we should expect.

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.”

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