Articles written by: Steven Ruszczycky

Opinion

Unmarriageable But Equal?

Because someone has to say something. Over the past two days, the Massachusetts legislature has convened in the state house with pulsating hordes outside, noses pressed to windows, megaphones in hand, anxious and anticipating the decisions of legislators over proposed versions of a constitutional amendment that would narrowly define marriage as between a man and a woman.

Opinion

Knight Jousts with Queers on Prop. 22

Republican State Senator Pete Knight issued a challenge Monday to the Domestic Partners Rights and Responsibilities Act of 2003, previously AB 205, signed into law by our very own Gray Davis on Sept. 19.

Opinion

Living Without Vowels: Life After Consonants

For the past two and a half years, the thoughts and biting criticism of Steven Ruszczycky has graced the Opinion page of the Daily Nexus. Elusive in both his public and private life, many students have wondered, just who is the man behind “Living Without Vowels”?

Artsweek

Movie Review | Matrix Reloaded: Captain Neo On Deck

If you had to sum up the Wachowski brothers’ “The Matrix: Reloaded” in one word, it would be “cool.” If you could use two words, the second would be “unnecessary.”

Opinion

Living Without Vowels: Bring Your Wallet but Leave Your Clothes

Everyone’s at least thought about it. The gentle kiss of the summer sun on bare flesh, the grainy tickle of sand in secret places, the delightful caress of an afternoon breeze across your buttocks. Chances are, if you have been to a nude beach, you’ve at least considered the idea.