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Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is the new Speaker of the House. Ryan is already being criticized in his nearly two-week old position, which is sparking headlines. According to the Huffington Post, when Ryan was setting conditions for the speaker bid, he was demanding to ensure his own work-life balance. These demands include work-free weekends with his family.
What can make you feel warm and happy inside? What makes you think of snowy nights, mistletoe and reindeer?
Halloween has come and gone and surely you saw some amazing and creative costumes. You probably saw some hilariously bad costumes, too. Did you see any kids wearing an Israeli Defense Force (IDF) costume, by chance?
Here is an idea for a movie: An Oscar-winning director known for his ultra-violent police movies wages war against the nation’s police force, which has recently been under fire for its violent actions. Plot twist: This is actually happening. This is not fiction of the pulp kind.
What do Shippensburg University students think about gun control in the United States? Is our country doing enough to make sure mass shootings do not happen, or is there more that can be done? Are background checks enough, or should guns be taken away from their owners? We asked some Shippensburg University students what they think should be done about gun control in the United States in light of the recent mass shootings.
They have been around since 1957, when Audrey Hepburn made them famous in the musical film “Funny Face,” according to InStyle, and for years they have been stirring up controversial conversations.
Were you counting on that refund to pay for books, rent and maybe food? So was I, and so were thousands of other college students in Pennsylvania. Time spent studying or with family is now spent on a part-time job. Some students are taking out extra loans or reaching into their parents’ savings to make up for the missing Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) money.
Halloween is a holiday where you can dress up and pretend to be something you want to be for the night. Sometimes, though, the costumes can go too far. As a society, we have a tendency to glorify costumes at the expense of others, all to ensure we have a good time.
A New Jersey elementary school is canceling Halloween festivities, not because of scary costumes or fear of hundreds of sugar-hyped kids, but because of “diversity reasons.”