Columnist Samara Ambramson wonders whether the new profile layout soon to be required by Facebook will finally do some damage to our relationship with the social networking site.
Collegian columnist Michael O’Connor argues for the rights of tenants to stay in their homes through foreclosures.
Collegian columnist Max Calloway discusses the roots of Occupy Wall Street and explains why this protest isn’t so radical.
Collegian columnist Brian Clement argues that the Occupy Wall Street protests represent the underrepresented of America.
Collegian columnist Christopher Dunay says that wisdom and bravery trumps cowboys and make outs.
Billy Rainsford isn’t a pothead, but last weekend’s Extravaganja convinced him that the push for legalization wouldn’t be such a bad thing.
Collegian columnist Jaron Lewin-Berlin thinks that those in support of marijuana legalization won’t see change because of events like Extravaganja.
Collegian columnist Victoria Knobloch knows that some atheists may feel uncomfortable with the religious aspects of AA, but one can’t argue with their success in helping people into recovery.
Notions of faith are drastically different when in the context of substance rehabilitation.
In this week’s point-counterpoint, Collegian columnist Harrison Searles tells us why the government should get out of the space-exploration business.
Collegian columnist Mike Tudoreanu explores the idea of how despite all the desire for space exploration, the real dream of it all is dying.
Collegian columnist Yaroslav Mikhaylov teaches us the virtues of nuclear energy.
Collegian columnist Matthew M. Robare looks to the heavens for solutions to our energy problems here on Earth.
Collegian columnist Curtis Bloomfield rejects the notion of robot overlords in favor of robot helpers and servants.
Collegian columnist Eddie Hand says that if we stay the course on artificial intelligence research then we’re dead – did you hear him? – we’re all dead.
Victoria Knobloch reccomends you hop on the train to the future.
Everything is high speed already, says Collegian columnist Isaac Himmelman, why not slow things down by biking?
I think it may be fair to say the nation now has a general sentiment that “together,” as Obama said often during the speech, is the only way we will move forward economically, socially, environmentally and technologically. The future is about making America “a better place to do business,” he said. I think this is both an economic step in the right direction as well as progress for our place in the international markets. President Obama’s speech was vague when it came to specific cuts in funds for federal budgets and military expenditures; however, Obama highlighted a couple of important…
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address this past Tuesday was uninspiring at best and can be more accurately described as an yet another act of Obama, with his eyes set on 2012, trying to secure himself as a part of the American center. Even though he may have stood behind the health care reform of last year and drives towards green energy, over half of his speech was so bland that it would not have been surprising had a Republican stood in his place speaking the same words. Whether it be a lukewarm endorsement of deregulation or an…