Every day I walk through the Student Center and pass Starbucks. Sometimes I stop for a coffee, but most days I do not, wondering if there is time for me to swing by the Ugly Mug before class instead.
I have been at Eastern Michigan University since January 2010, and I have yet to have a semester go by without getting a parking ticket.
I regularly walk through the hallways of faculty offices and can’t help but stop to read all of the comics, notes, flyers and assorted materials taped to the doors.
During a game last week, a college basketball player named Brittney Griner hauled off and punched an opponent in the face.
As I’m sure you are aware, we face the midterm elections this year, and there is some pretty interesting stuff going on in Washington. Polls now show the country is feeling harshly anti-establishment.
It seems strange there has not been much made about the political quagmire of same-sex marriage since the middle of the Bush administration.
This past week, thousands of Japanese people came out and protested the continuing presence of our military base in Okinawa.
As of May 2010, no restaurant in Michigan will be able to sell cheeseburgers. Cheeseburgers are full of saturated fat and hormones from corporate farms, are unhealthy to the general public and therefore drive up the cost of health care.