Gamers have a lot of conflicts right now. We are under fire from the government and concerned parents everywhere about the violence in video games and the effect it can[...]
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For some, they will be glad to hear that the election season is finally over. But for others who voted, they have noticed something suspicious at the polls.
We’re going to be the leaders, the future voters of this country. It is our country, so we need to get interested now because what is happening to our economy is going to effect our lives as we get older
Remember being a kid, and thinking that riding a bike was one of the greatest things in the world? Going on bike rides was the cool thing to do outside—and the bigger, the faster the bike, the better. Now that we are in college, sometimes our childhood can be forgotten as we all focus on the future.
On November 9th 2011, the president of the United States will have a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). This is the system that allows for the quick transmission of warnings to viewers and listeners of television and radio in the event of natural disasters and other such catastrophes.
Unlike most exhibits, this one was not a competition but rather a celebration of community, art, and the fellowship amongst all the area artists.
Few events have the power to both unite and divide the world like the Olympic Games. Beyond the fierce competition between countries and the unified chanting of country names, accusations of corruption and underhanded tactics often maim the spirit of the events. Even though the London 2012 Olympic Games are ten months away, there have already been accusations of the buying of gold medals by Azerbaijan.