Saber-rattling can once again be heard reverberating from the Korean Peninsula as the North Korean government renews its aggressive rhetoric against its southern counterpart and American ally. The country has threatened nuclear war, and current rumors suggest North Korea’s intentions to launch another controversial missile test. Long ago labeled “The [...]
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In the first installment of a biweekly column focusing on statewide politics, the Nexus discusses Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s recent trip to California in an effort to attract businesses away from the state with the prospect of reduced taxes. Earlier this month, Texas governor Rick Perry visited California to conduct [...]
The Lady Elephant’s article published Friday, Nov. 30 reminded me of an important truth: Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but that does not mean all opinions are created equal. Let’s start with the Elephant’s generalizations. She seems to believe all communication majors are rich girls in yoga pants who [...]
I don’t consider myself to be an overly or outwardly judgmental person. However, there are certain occasions where I condone judging. The first is reality television. Whenever I find myself watching “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” (more often than I care to admit), I can’t believe the things that pop [...]
Renowned Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig spoke about political campaign contributions undercutting the values of a democratic republic as well as the danger of restrictive internet laws during his lecture in the McCune Conference Room in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building on Wednesday. Lessig, a director of Harvard’s Edmond [...]