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Community service without incentives makes experience more worthwhile

Community service without incentives makes experience more worthwhile

November 5, 2013


Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Pro-Con Columns

By Tolu Salako Editorial Page Editor My small black knit gloves refuse to let the blood flow through my fingers since I refuse to buy new ones for the five days that Texas has remotely cold weather I check my phone: 42 degrees. I wanted so desperately to go home. It was the day before Thanksgivin...

Privacy fails to be recognized domestically

Privacy fails to be recognized domestically

October 22, 2013


Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Student Opinions

By Tolu Salako Editorial Page Editor It is as if someone is always watching me 24/7, and in a nutshell, someone always is. It was first with the National Security Agency and hearing about its capability to listen to our phone calls and read our text messages at any time, and then hearing Edward Snowden m...

Stability outweighs passion regarding future careers

Stability outweighs passion regarding future careers

September 6, 2013


Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Student Opinions

By Tolu Salako Editorial Page Editor I like finding derivatives, not learning about the different parts of the cell. I like finding the area under the curve and not the different structures of viruses. I like journalism and not learning about how enzymes help break down proteins. But sometime in th...

Editorial: Journalism alive and well

September 22, 2010


Filed under Editorial, Opinions

 “Journalism is dead.” Ever since the conception of the Internet, the sentiment has been building upon itself: why have print newspapers when everything is on the Web? Why bother continuing with journalism if it is just going to die off within the next ten years?  Anyone claiming this is...