Opinion Articles

High schoolers can work and study too

May 12, 2009 0

I find it absolutely ridiculous and frankly rather insulting that some public high schools forbid their students to hold jobs during the week. Just because some students do not need […]

Texting lingo: Not for the spoken word

May 5, 2009 0

I love when people use lingo in real life like “whatev’s” and “I will ‘def’ be there”. It kind of makes a person sound, perhaps, moronic. understand if it slips […]

Grades teach you to work, not think

May 5, 2009 0

I  believe that our institution’s grading and education systems are merely products of bureaucracy’s increasingly defined role in today’s concomitant society. I don’t see how these factors are relevant in […]

Letter to the Editor

April 28, 2009 0

In the April 14, 2009 Jibsheet, William Scott, guest contributor, indicated that “Building C” is the only building on campus that has not been renovated. Unfortunately this is not an accurate statement. […]

Letter to the Editor

April 14, 2009 0

By William Scott, Ph.D “Don’t look at the walls,” a middle-aged woman warned as she herded a gaggle of children past the C Building walls used for decades by the […]

E-books: It’s how the future reads

April 14, 2009 0

Since the introduction of the Internet, we have seen a myriad of medias for which the written word has been technologically displayed. Technology has once again made history, as bibliophiles […]

Dear Network: Save our Bluths!

April 7, 2009 0

When devoted Arrested Development fans heard about a potential AD movie, it was as if a collective sigh of relief was let out. We had all been holding our breaths […]

Hey Jindal, stop playing dirty

April 7, 2009 0

Bobby Jindal, the up and coming Republican governor of Louisiana, recently defended members of his party who say they want Obama to fail. These opposers claim the president is jeopardizing […]

Editor’s Letter

April 6, 2009 0

Hi Everyone, “To everything there is a season.” I learned that from The Byrds. This year, still in it’s prime, has brought unprecedented obstacles and monumental promise to us as […]

The Whole World is a…Um…Toilet?

April 1, 2009 0

Public urination is not often a topic of discussion for most people. In fact, any attempted debate on the subject seems to be an open-and-closed matter, concluded with a resounding […]

The Oscars: through international eyes

March 2, 2009 0

By Alina Faustman. If you missed the 2009 Academy Awards then here’s your quick-fix on this years Oscar buzz. The Oscars had many surprises that made the show more upbeat […]

Left, right and then left again

March 2, 2009 0

By Jamie Johnson. It’s a rare, beautiful sunny day in Bellevue and you’re on your way to class when all of the sudden, while crossing the road, bang! you get […]

Letter to the Editor

March 2, 2009 0

To The Editor,I’m writing this in response to “ASG funds Black History Month dance” article on February 18, 2009. In the article by Brook Stallings, it was stated that the […]

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