Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
One of the most irritating things to see is blatantly wrong information being spewed like it is fact by the media or people. What’s worse, yet, is many people will accept the outlet at its word and won’t bother to research the topic before forming an opinion. This, unfortunately, happens frequently, especially in regards to Islam.
For so many people, grouping up and celebrating is seemingly, necessary. There are days like New Years, St. Patrick’s Day and Cinco de Mayo where people simply gather to party. Once a year, right here in Washtenaw County is such a celebration.
President Barrack Obama has begun his re-election campaign. An article from the Associated Press stated that “between now and the election, the incumbent Democrat will work to convince a fickle America that he has delivered change, made the right moves and earned the chance to continue the job. He will have to defend policies that have proven divisive, chief among them his sweeping health care overhaul and his efforts to boost the slow-to-rebound economy.”
A year has come and passed since the Michigan Smoking Ban passed. It made it illegal to smoke cigarettes in places like bars and restaurants.
Last year at this time, I told you not to waste your summer trying to pin down the next Republican standard bearer.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad he’s dead. If you ask me, he got off easy. He should have had to sit in solitary confinement for the rest of his life with nothing but time to reflect on the horrible things he has done.
As many of you know, discussion of raising your tuition is taking place right now. Not if, but how much. On Friday, May 6, the EMU Board of Regents convened a committee gathering with university administrators and deans.
One week ago, President Obama announced that U.S. Special Forces had raided the fortified compound of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, killing the 9/11 mastermind along with four other people, including one woman. Bin Laden had been living within walking distance of a major Pakistani military headquarters and only a short drive from the country’s capitol of Islamabad.
Check your high school yearbook. Which of your classmates was voted “Most Likely to Succeed?” How are they doing now?
Last week, the Wall Street Journal took a look at survey data from MemoryLane.com and Christy Lleras’ 2008 study in Social Science Research.
There are a lot of frustrating things that go on in everyday life. Bad drivers, bad pay, and whatever else might bother you.
Politics have always been a major part of the news, but lately we’ve been hearing about it a lot more; news about mass uprisings against oppressive regimes and corrupt leaders has been pouring out the Middle East.
The worst flooding in three-quarters of a century is threatening the lives and property of hundreds of thousands of Americans along the Mississippi River. Dozens of small towns and millions of acres of farmland have already been flooded as the crest of the Mississippi moves south toward the river’s confluence with the Gulf of Mexico at New Orleans.
How do you give back to your community?
To some, Detroit has become a barren hellscape of ruin and despair. Ruined by decades of incompetence, neglect and emigration, a once half-decent city has fallen into a quarter-decent city.
College is a time we all look forward to. It's a time of weaning ourselves off our families and gaining our independence.
Music is one of those things that connects all humans. Every culture on the planet has its own distinctive style of music, whether it is tribal drumming or avant garde operetta.
Mitch Daniels isn’t running for president. The establishment Republican political observer and scholar inside of me is utterly heartbroken.
A trend seems to have developed amongst the official potential GOP candidates for the 2012 presidential election.
Prepare to pay more for your education at EMU. When the Board of Regents meets on June 21, they will be voting to raise tuition.
While most of the country is locked in a debate about entitlement reform and jobs creation, the soon-to-be-former Defense Secretary still wants to talk about healthcare.