It might be gone, but there’s still a chance of pulling it back before it’s long gone. It was with us long ago out of necessity. Some say it’s still around, but odds are that it’s just superficial at present.
Throughout my time at The Post, I have been called many unflattering things: stereotypical, crazy, classist (ouch), and disappointing just to name a few. Well, being that most of these insults came from emails and letters early in my columnist career, I was admittedly discouraged.
A nutritious diet, good exercise and healthy lifestyle are all methods of investing in yourself. However, we don’t usually think of this “investment” from an economical standpoint. The future of health care benefits may force us to change that.
It’s 10:43 on Friday night and I am trying to find words to define what this means. 24-21. First undefeated football season in school history. First outright league title since 1968. First win over archrival Nelsonville since 2003. A home playoff game this Friday. One of the highest attendances in Basil Rutter Field history. However you look at it, this day is local sports history.
When it comes to the definition of success, the dictionary gives five different definitions. They are:
Think for a minute — a few if you need the time — about how much you require to function each day. I’m talking about raw trash that served you temporarily, things sent to a landfill for the rest of their days. How many of those things were in your hands for only a matter of minutes?
A woman is brutally beaten by her husband. She wants to press charges and needs medical attention.
Now, I don’t have children, and I have no idea what it really feels like to be a parent, especially a celebrity parent, but I am not sure that having my children watch television is completely destructive to their lives.
In lieu of Halloween, I would like to draw attention to one of the most ancient, far-fetched, but strangely structured arts of the mystic world — Astrology.
Public humiliation, criminal charges, physical pain — how far would you go to create a once-in-a-lifetime memory?
Most Athenians recognize the contribution of the student population to quality of life in Athens. Quality of life can be detected in the interests and enthusiasm of our diverse population. The diverse populations and their talents together create a mosaic. To illustrate, I offer these points, opportunities, intellectual life, human needs and liberal thinking.
The Occupy movement has been spreading from Wall Street for almost 40 days.
Giuliana Rancic is one of my favorite TV personalities. She is smart, speaks her mind and gets into a little trouble sometimes with her opinions on celebrities. Totally awesome.
An unassuming house. An unassuming location.
Do we have an obligation to help others? Is there some inherent obligation to “do good?”
Lately, I have been violently bombarded with life revelations.
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Most people, given the choice of doing good or doing nothing, opt for good. So as Oct. 24’s Food Day — a grassroots mobilization sponsored by the Center for Science to push for healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable way — draws near, here’s some food for thought.
International students are not the only group of people who have different looks, speak different languages and represent different cultures.