For a governing body that was created for and by the people, our senators showed Americans where they stood by disregarding their wishes for tougher gun laws.
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We live in a shallow world.
As a native New Jerseyian, (or whatever we’re called), I’ve spent much of my life traversing state lines between my home and New York.
In June 2011, the media preoccupied itself with its latest political scandal—Anthony Weiner, former representative of New York’s 9th Congressional District in the House of Representatives, had (as every news source made sure to joke) exposed too much wiener.
With the countdown to graduation approaching single digits, the reality of the world is becoming very, well, real for many of our departing seniors.
There’s nothing scarier for both children and adults alike than seeing childhood heroes transform into monsters right in front of their eyes.
It’s hard to think of the Boston bombings as domestic, but that’s exactly what they are.
Virtually all of us have been lectured that going to college will help us get a job.
This time last year, I was juggling about nine of those fat envelopes from schools that had accepted me, frantically trying to decide which college would be the one at which I would spend the next four years of my life.
From Kindles to iPads (and even iPhones), students and educators alike have their favorite pieces of technology that make college life easier.