Articles tagged with: editorial
When we arrive on campus, one of the first things we all hear about is the dreaded “freshman 15.” What a nightmare a school cafeteria can be when trying to keep off those extra pounds.
For many of us college students, the last thing on our minds when scurrying between classes is eating healthy. The luxury of walking into the cafeteria and seeing the mass variety of foods can be both overwhelming and tempting, especially to incoming freshmen. By Kelly Mast.
Greek life is a statement. Sororities and fraternities are about as vast and diverse as the students that populate them. Greek life can define the very core of the student body. It’s not for every university, but what about those campuses that could use it?
People have a tendency to focus on the negative images that Greek life portrays. This is indeed understandable. By. Jasmine Manigoe.
Beginning in the fall 2011 semester, students were assigned personal advisers in the financial services department, which includes financial aid and student accounts. A mass email from the MVNU Office of Financial Services announced the change. Advisers were assigned according to last name. By Seth Flowers.
By Wes Baker
To be “green” is to get your own hands dirty.
It is not buying a “green” T-shirt at Wal-Mart
made of “organic” cotton grown in India,
shipped to China to be sewn by small children.
It is not buying a car
that is charged with electricity
produced with coal mined by poor Appalachian folk
whose mountains are disappearing.
Organic produce is good,
but not good enough.
If your organic apples
are grown in the San Joaquin Valley
by ill-treated immigrants
and must be shipped thousands of miles
to your local grocer,
they are no greener
than the pesticide-and-wax-covered apples
grown down the road.
We must …