You’ve just had a long week of midterm exams, papers, and assignments and have been looking for some serious downtime when you walk into the student center and see a bunch of your friends hanging out, relaxing, and engaging in an all-out video game competition.
A Call to Arms to Prevent Veteran Homelessness in the U.S.
As fall transitions into winter, the mornings start to grow colder. The once verdant green leaves dwindle away and the light of day quickly descends into darkness. For thousands of people living on the east coast, nature’s most beautiful moments are captured during this season.
The Political Science and Sociology Department sponsored a day trip to a United Nations Conference in New York City on Monday, November 18. Students and faculty were able to participate in a discussion with other universities for the third anniversary of the United Nations Academic Impact, an organization dedicated towards making a difference in education throughout the world.
President Obama announced the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis at his address to the nation last month, reminding Americans that we have yet to fully recover from the economic collapse of the 2008.
MU Community Volunteers in Helping Hurricane Sandy Victims in Union Beach
Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn showed their humanitarian efforts in Union Beach during a joint effort with Habitat for Humanity and the 30th annual Carter Work Project, to help build and repair homes ravaged by Superstorm Sandy almost one year ago.
16,740,493,583,418.19: A colossal number separated by a bunch of commas and one period, a disgusting perplexity that grows exponentially each day while the majority of those who should pay attention to it barely bat an eyelash, and an estimate that can only create real mortification when accompanied with the mighty, mighty dollar sign.
In the wake of a devastating amount of recent mass shootings throughout the U.S. and abroad, many are questioning whether these types of incidents are on the rise. Still reeling from losses in places such as Newtown, CT., the Navy Yard in Washington, DC., and Aurora, CO., Americans are beginning to question their safety.
Junior political science major Daniel Roman was elected as the Vice Chair of Political Affairs at the Young Democrats of America College Caucus, a nationwide organization that engages young people throughout the country in the political process last month.
The University’s Department of Political Science and Sociology has shone some light on this upcoming semester with new changes for students and faculty alike.
As alleged suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, lies in a hospital bed awaiting police interrogation just two weeks after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and several days after the manhunt that resulted in his capture and the death of his brother Tamerlan, 26, questions have turned to motive.