The Political Science Club hosted their third Poli-Tea of the year. Poli-Tea is a new tradition of the club, an ongoing event series that they created to promote various discussions over a cup of tea. Last Tuesday many students joined in the Terrell Boardroom in Bey Hall to enjoy a cup of Masala Chai tea, cookies, some Indian sweets and listen to students stories from their trip to India over winter break.
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Real World, I Think This Is the Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship
Goodbye is such a bittersweet concept, especially when put in the terms of a graduation. On one hand, you are excited about the next step in life, for whatever that may be, a great unknown that you have never experienced before. Yet on the other hand you are leaving a place that has become a home to you over the years, and with the family like ties that have been formed with friends with that home. Suddenly you begin to see everything as if it is the first time, the cafeteria food suddenly tastes slightly better, the squirrels much cuter and the landscape even appears slightly greener.
Specialty communication professor Matthew Lawrence was awarded the Home Grown Feature award at the Garden State Film Festival for his film “Two Pints Lighter” on March 23.
Major backlash has come from the environmental damages and dangers created from the Jersey Shore replenishment plan founded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
NETFLIX’S “HOUSE OF CARDS” KILLS ON V-DAY RELEASE
Valentine’s Day typically means roses, chocolates, wine, and a romantic comedy that will leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling. However, Netflix has given its viewers something much better than the five dollar heart box of chocolates found in the “holiday” isles of CVS, instead we received the return of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his deliciously deceitful ways.
Why Franklin D. Roosevelt is the better Roosevelt President
Franklin D. Roosevelt took office during the greatest crisis in American history since the Civil War. When he was inaugurated in March of 1933 at least one quarter of the United States was unemployed, factories and banks were closing, and America was losing hope. Roosevelt came in like a white knight with the confidence to slay the dragon that was the Great Depression.
In the President’s Sixth State of the Union, He promises more Executive Orders
This article addresses three things we would like to see changed in American politics. While no system is perfect and politics is a difficult profession, these topics are our observations of things that may help lead to a more productive political system.
Presidential War Powers
Until Jan. 7, 2014 I have never left America. My 21 years of life and I had never left the country that I was born into, pretty crazy right? I have, however, been to Disney about 10 times which my bragging point was until now.
Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected President, passed away on Thursday Dec. 5. Mandela is remembered by much more than his Presidency, including his life- long dedication to peaceful political movements against racial oppression and the fight for freedom in his nation.