The Campus

Tea Party coordinator epitomizes movement’s ignorance

March 19, 2011

A calm discussion turned into a heated exchange on Monday as Diana Reimer, a national coordinator for the Tea Party Patriots spoke with students in the Quigley Hall auditorium. Reimer seemed determined to stay out of any engaging...

Letter to the editor 3-18

March 18, 2011

After reading and discussing the article in last weeks edition of The Campus, titled “Day of Peace ridiculous” we, both a current student and a recent graduate, felt very uncomfortable that an article with such hateful rhetoric...

Nuclear power still viable as energy source

March 18, 2011

The disaster in Japan has shaken many people around the world who were shocked at its speed and severity. The subsequent malfunctions to nuclear power plants caused by the earthquake and tsunami threaten to shake people’s confidence...

Allegheny needs collaboration

March 11, 2011

  By Jinnie Templin [email protected] We’ll probably always complain about minor Allegheny irritants – the ridiculous work load, the less-than-ideal weather and how much money we spend to come here. But far too often, I hear students complaining abou...

‘Day of Peace’ a ridiculous hipster holiday

March 11, 2011

  By Katie McHugh [email protected] On March 4, hipsters and hipster sympathizers everywhere united for "a day of peace" much to the annoyance of normal people, cool people and people who properly capitalize words. They want to create as big an impact...

Editorial 3-4

March 4, 2011

“As kids we’re not taught how to deal with success; we’re taught how to deal with failure. “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. If at first you succeed, then what?” Charlie Sheen is probably crazy. Either...

Fox is king in GOP

March 4, 2011

The media blew up in response to Republican presidential candidate hopeful Mike Huckabee’s comments on Tuesday regarding President Obama’s birthplace. Steve Malzberg, a conservative talk radio host and known birther conspirator,...

Budget cuts threaten future

March 4, 2011

Everybody wants to balance budgets. For politicians, it’s become the way to show that you’re serious, responsible and looking out for the future. It even gives you a chance to demonstrate your common sense. If there are...

Flawed Beckonomics

March 4, 2011

In the past five years, Glenn Beck has gone from a little-known talk radio host to the preeminent sage of conservative America. His political theories, in which he often targets those he sees as leaders of a progressive revolution,...

Big business, the NFL and the enigma

March 4, 2011

Many think that wealth and corruption are synonymous in the business world. Unless businessmen and women who’ve made millions justify their life’s earnings to the public, our society will unfairly depict them as corrupt villains. In...

Planned Parenthood & the fallacies of feminism

February 25, 2011

By KATIE McHUGH Guest Columnist The House of Representatives, chock full of new Tea Party Republicans, recently voted to strip Planned Parenthood of its funding for the next fiscal year. Naturally, the Left is irate. Planned...

Hell hath no fury: the argument for Planned Parenthood

February 25, 2011

By MAGGIE RICH & SAMANTHA STANKO Guest Columnists The recent passing of the Pence Amendment (of HR 1) through the House of Representatives, which bans Planned Parenthood from receiving federal funding, is one of the most...

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