Latest accessory trend's style really "barks"

September 10, 2008

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

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. . . .

What's that in your mouth I see?

September 10, 2008

It starts with the first bite. Then the next makes it worse. And with the final bite, the dinner partner can sometimes give way to a loud sigh of relief. . . .

Constant pulling of the race card

September 10, 2008

Some people seem to think that African Americans try to pull the race card whenever in a situation whereas they need to get out of trouble.

For those who are not quite sure of what exactly “pulling the race card” means, it is referring to an allegation raised against a person who has brought the issue of race or racism into a debate. . . .

McCain switches lanes and pulls ahead in race

September 3, 2008

Congratulations to Presidential candidate John McCain for securing my vote.

All summer I was unsure of who I wanted to support in their run for presidency but was leaning toward Barak Obama and when asked, that is who I would claim to be supporting. However the tables turned and on Friday I made my decision that the man I wanted to take over in leading our country was McCain. . . .

Sabbatical provides examination of study abroad program

September 3, 2008

For years I’ve been telling my students to study abroad. Now I’m about to do it myself. The prospect is thrilling – and a little daunting. My horoscope in today’s Washington Post got it right: “It’s a blank canvas of pure potentiality, and there was never anything so beautiful.” . . .

Importance of STI and unprotected sex awareness

September 3, 2008

A mother’s instinct is rarely wrong. That’s why Mia Turner awoke from her sleep that awful day. She ran into the living room where she found her daughter lying in a pool of blood. She couldn’t make sense of the situation. Her child’s father, who was living with her boyfriend at the time of the incident, was in shock. She yelled, asking him what happened to her daughter. He denied any involvement, but was later suspected of murdering his own daughter over something so senseless as a broken video game. . . .

Staff Editorial: New Website

September 3, 2008

We’re online! Finally, the Snapper’s website is back in action. After being hacked into over a year ago we finally found the resources to get our web site up and running. Our website offers a lot of great features that make it easy for our readers to communicate with us. . . .

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