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Everywhere we look we are faced with stereotypes.
Many think stereotypes are just used for humor, but that is not true; they are used in media production every day.
Last week, the ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s released a frozen yogurt flavor dedicated to New York Knicks starting point guard Jeremy Lin titled, “Taste the Lin-Sanity.”
This new product was made with lychee honey swirls and fortune cookies.
Once again, and for reasons that are often unclear to the public, gas prices are rising weekly.
What can we, as a country, do to become less dependent on foreign oil?
Many employers are now entering the new “trend” of requesting Facebook passwords from applicants.
What is the cost of a life taken by someone else?
This is a question that I am sure no one could answer because a person’s life is worth more than money.
The Denver Broncos, deciding that the future is now, dipped deep into their pockets and signed Peyton Manning to a free agent contract.
When I first came to Shippensburg University, I did not know what to expect.
I attended a few orientation events and then spent the rest of my time in my new room, which I later learned I would have to share with two people.
Recently, Israel passed a law which requires super models to all have a body mass index of at least 18.6.
Gas prices and fluctuating unemployment rates are sheer reminders that though we are not in a better economy, we are facing a new one.
Those of us who live in the residence halls have all seen them: the desk assistants.
These are people who sit behind a desk, sometimes until 3 a.m.
Safety runs much deeper than the availability of police and the accessibility to emergency services.
While searching for a college that you want to attend, the campus layout and accessibility is a big factor for many.
As a non-traditional student growing up in the 80s and 90s, there has always been new clothing, new styles and trends.
These days, the mainstream media have taken a very strange direction. In years past, telling the truth was the driving force behind all good journalism.
In a world as populated and violent as ours, it is hard to organize and try to make a change.
Although many people in big cities own weapons in their homes for protection, how many of those weapons are really legally owned?
We could never get a real number of exactly how many are illegal, but with Harrisburg’s new “gun buyback program,” it is becoming simpler to locate that number.
Due to Harrisburg’s violence worsening Mayor, Linda Thompson established a program to get illegal, working guns off of Harrisburg’s streets.
Though this program sounds tactful, I do believe there are flaws in the plan that we are not coming to terms with.
This “gun buyback program” is offering money to people who turn in guns, turn others in for having illegal guns and if the gun recovery deals with an arrest of the person.
Past attempts at this process were not successful according to Chief of Police Pierre Ritter.
But now Harrisburg is beginning to actually bribe people with money; what more could the people of Harrisburg want?
The amount of money given out will be, $50 for a phone call tip that leads to the weapon, $100 for the gun and an arrest and $200 for multiple guns and arrests.
To some people, that amount of money is enough to turn someone in that they know.
Harrisburg officials recently implemented a “gun buyback program.” The program will offer those who turn in a person carrying an illegal weapon with a sum of money.
The city Mayor Linda Thompson has long been under scrutiny for controversial decisions, specifically regarding financial plans.
You know what does not grind my gears? Panda bears.
I have to say that out of all the animals in the world, the panda bear is my favorite.
According to CNN.com, Citizens Medical Center, located in Victoria, Texas, has implemented a new hiring policy, which the policy requires employees to have a BMI of less than 35, according to the Texas Tribune newspaper.
iWant...iNeed..an iPad? Not so fast. If Apple loses the e-book lawsuit vs. the Department of Justice for alleged price fixing, Amazon will be left in complete control of the electronic- book publishing industry.
For the every day person, this might not be anything more than two leading affiliates of the electronic industry, Apple and Amazon, butting heads in a competition war.
You know what really grinds my gears, the military.
We all know that our government is corrupt, we know that big business is corrupt, and since Vietnam I am pretty sure that our country realizes how truly corrupt the military is too.
From 1959 to 1976, Fidel Castro was the prime minister of the Communist government in Cuba. From 1976 to 2008, he was president of the Council of the State of Cuba.