Here’s a thought: What if Sen. Ted Cruz — the Republican junior senator from Texas who was elected in 2012 during a highly polarized presidential election between President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney — is working for the Democrats?
In my quest to play more computer-based games, I spent my weekend playing my newest discovery: Papers Please.
I’ll start by saying this: I didn’t “find myself” in college, and you probably won’t either.
Tuesday marked the second and third of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault’s public listening sessions. Responding to 2014 statistics that show one in five women will be raped during her college years, as well as “a substantial number of men,” and that only 12 percent of student victims report the assault to law enforcement, President Barack Obama commissioned an interagency task force charged with developing “a coordinated federal response to campus rape and sexual assault.”
Since the passage of Roe v. Wade on Jan. 22, 1973, more than 50 million abortions have been performed in America. However, according to a recent Washington Post report, the country’s abortion rate is the lowest it has been since 1973 and I am so glad, because I am an anti-abortion feminist.
As an integrated social studies education major, I have taken a number of history courses, and there seems to be a common denominator about most of the classes in the department:
Happy Valentine’s Day, Beauty ’Cats! Whether you have a hot date with your significant other or your gal pals, today is a day to look fabulous and be confident in yourself — much like every other day. I’ve been asked by many of you to include more budget-friendly products that are good for people who are dipping their toes in the beauty pool instead of taking the plunge for higher-end products.
Hope for Humanity: Twitter accounts solicit sexualized pics while ignoring consent, individual rightsFeb. 11, 2014
“When you see dat ass on campus, sneak a picture and snapchat it to us,” tweeted Bobcat Ass (@OUGotAss) early Monday morning. On a mission “to find the best ass on campus,” Bobcat Ass operates much like other unofficial Ohio University Twitter accounts such as @BoBcAtAsS, @BoobsAtOU and @OUBobcatBOOBS — you send a picture of a woman’s assets, preferably in OU gear, and the account managers post it anonymously.
President Barack Obama visited my home state of Michigan last week to do something I haven’t seen him do in a while: sign into law a significant bill that wasn’t related to a self-inflicted crisis, like the budget impasse of 2013, and was passed by a Democratic-controlled Senate and a Republican-controlled House.
Some days, you just want to be more than one person.
Happy Winter Olympics! This week, I’m trading in my video games to keep my eyes glued to the events in Sochi.
Perhaps it’s time to make some cuts to Intercollegiate Athletics and make the division more student-centered.
Typically, the Olympics are a time of joy and pride when athletes and fans come together to compete and cheer for their native countries on the international stage. Joy and pride however, are not the first emotions that come to mind when thinking about the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, which started competition last week.
Gentle products are preferable to heavy-duty ones, which will further irritate your skin.