Vote to be heard

September 19, 2012 0

Cat Ardes Staff Writer If you didn’t know there was an upcoming presidential election in November, then you may just be living under a rock. Not only does the news cover it at some point

If Romney were a woman…

September 19, 2012 0

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor If Mitt Romney were a woman he would see the importance of women achieving equality in the work field. Yet equal work for equal pay under the potential Paycheck Fairness Act

What makes a hero?

September 7, 2012 0

Timothy Eckert Staff Writer Courage. It’s that cliché, seven letter word that we’re all told to boldly go forth with whenever we begin a new chapter in our lives. Soldiers are inspired to have it.

Love is patient

November 5, 2009 0

It is the 18th month since the shooting at Virginia Tech. When I first heard of the incident, I made a conscious effort to look at peers who experienced similar episodes during high school. It

Ignorance is not bliss

October 28, 2009 0

The Snapper Business Manager Steph Gilstein wrote an article in a previous printed edition of The Snapper titled “Segregation at MU.” It is evident that Ms. Gilstein wrote the article in haste and clearly did

Congressmen for sale

October 7, 2009 2

The healthcare debate in Congress has finally taken a step toward being resolved, however, the flip side of the whole debate is rather interesting. Those senators and representatives opposing the healthcare plan say that it

MU has modern art?

October 7, 2009 6

Growing up, many of us learned about the famous artistic work “Mona Lisa,” or the geniuses who constructed the masterpieces, such as Da Vinci or Picasso.

Beware: October is here

October 7, 2009 0

There is a definite chill in the air, which can only mean that fall has arrived and with it, the sudden onset of October and the holiday revered by children all across the United States.

The truth about middle school

October 7, 2009 0

Have you ever considered teaching middle school? Perhaps this is you. And perhaps you should reflect on a few observations of mine.

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