Opinion Blog: omg, txt shrth& n dxNre

April 13, 2011 · 1 Comment 

Posted By Natalie Posgate

Last month, the words “OMG” and “LOL” were added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Who knew that certain shorthand words associated with text messaging would officially become a part of the English language.

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Opinion Blog: On the University of Connecticut Bandwagon

April 8, 2011 · Comments Off 

Posted by Austin Reed

In the year 2011, an old foe has risen out of the rubble that was the nation’s collective March Madness brackets, those infamous Huskies of the University of Connecticut. 

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Opinion Blog: Is Obama losing steam?

April 6, 2011 · Comments Off 

Posted by Samantha Verrill

Was President Obama too informal about his formal statement to run for the presidency on Monday? Though many were caught up in the change Obama spoke of last election it may take more than a two-minute video to get everyone re-interested.

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Opinion: Bridging Science and SMU

May 6, 2010 · Comments Off 

Scientific researchers, Nobel Prize winners, medical professionals, and two Southern Methodist University undergraduates. One of these things is not like the other.

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Opinion Blog: Peace, We Should Start the Conversation With That

May 5, 2010 · Comments Off 

What does the new immigration bill mean for the U.S. and its cultural development?

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Opinion Blog: Are Bloggers Journalists? Courts Could Decide

May 4, 2010 · Comments Off 

Gray Powell loves Apple. Gray Powell also loves beer. Little did he know that, on the night of March 18, those two interests would collide, leading to an explosion of events that no one could ever expect.

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Opinion Blog: Who’s Your Job Connection?

May 3, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Rachael Mackin
It is difficult to find jobs, but it can be less difficult if you use connections to get your foot in the door.

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Opinion Blog: Shake Things Up with a Costume

May 3, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Rachael Mackin
Doesn’t everybody just want to put reality on hold sometimes and do something different from the norm? Halloween is the designated day to dress up as someone (or something) else, to shed the skin of everyday life and take on a new identity. But one day a year is hardly enough.

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Opinion Blog: Congratulations, Dallas Morning News!

May 2, 2010 · Comments Off 

Posted by Mallory McCall
Journalists are quick to claim they are the voice for the voiceless, but I think sometimes this axiom loses its meaning in today’s world of greed, commercialism and competition for survival.

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Opinion Blog: Obesity in America

April 27, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Posted by Elizabeth Siebman
Obesity and nutritious living have become important concepts in American life.

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