A look at drinking responsibly for pleasure Why do I drink? To answer honestly, I drink because I enjoy it. I don’t do it to escape some horrible reality of […]
Being able to handle and learn from criticism is an important trait to have in order to be successful in our society. Most of us will leave university life and […]
Although quitting smoking frees people from cigarettes, many people gain weight…lots of weight sometimes. Quitting smoking is a smoker’s greatest liberation. Kicking the habit can take years and overcoming the […]
Being broke is, in many respects, a key fixture in college culture. Every student has that story about living off of jam for a week and most college graduates have […]
Letter to the Editor: I would like to respond to an article written in the Nov. 11th edition of the Torch titled, “Peace, love, and religious tolerance.” The author stated […]
Republican victories in the New Jersey and Virginia gubernatorial elections were only the foot-in-the-door for any major Grand Old Party (G.O.P.) attempt to “take back” the country from the Democrats.
As much as I’d like to say that winning in New Jersey and Virginia was all the Republicans needed to forecast the political outlook of the country a year from now, I won’t. I’m not that naïve.
The G.O.P. still has too much work cut out for itself before supporters can even think about taking back the majority in Congress next year, let alone having a chance at the presidency in 2012.
The last thing most college students want to be reminded of is how those who qualify will not be receiving the Michigan Promise funds, barring some intervention during the appropriations […]