Few would agree with the assertion that oppression is wrong and should be stopped. And most, but sadly not all, would agree that it would be oppressive of the United States to first starve and then bomb the people of Iraq in order to twist the arm of one man, Saddam Hussein, into compliance.
Trying to kill time before we headed out to the 'Street,' my friends and I borrowed our neighbor's copy of Jerry Springer's "Too Hot for TV" video special ? a collection of dozens of clips edited from his show because of their graphic nature.
Do you ever think you'll be smarter than you are right now? I suppose the answer depends on how you define "smart," but my answer to the question would be a resounding "no."No matter what I do with the rest of my life, I'll most likely be forced to specialize in a single corporate or academic pursuit.
On defense, criticismAs I read Mr. Klein's "opinion" piece, entitled "Please, just the facts ma'am" in the Monday issue of the 'Prince,' I was saddened to learn that the current Managing Board had broken their fingers and thus were incapable of composing an editorial response to the recent criticisms aimed at The Daily Princetonian.
Found on the floor by an alert member of Congress:Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of the 105th Congress, distinguished guests, my fellow Americans:I would like to start out by thanking America for showering me with a 60-plus percent approval rating, mostly because of an economic boom I had little to do with.
Committee defines roleThe Feb. 5 article entitled "Committee Supports Safe Bicker Amid Sexual Harassment Concerns" was misleading and represented a fundamental misunderstanding of the commitment that has been made by the eating clubs and the Standing Committee on the Status of Women.
After years of inflexibility that often discouraged students from exploring study abroad opportunities, it appears that the Office of the Dean of Student Life and the majority of academic departments are not only allowing ? but actively encouraging ? students to experience foreign study.
Please, just the facts ma'amIt's been a tough couple of weeks for the media. Not just the national press, though two weeks of Monica Madness has turned the press against itself and made a potentially important journalistic endeavor into another opportunity to damn the media to hell.