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June 23, 2008, at 12:00 pm — Blogs

Education Is The Answer

Education, everyone, is the answer. I feel there’s no need to explain, but I’m going to anyways. To me, it seems clear that education is a crucial part of the solution to any problem we face. And I am referring to education in a very generalized sense that includes both formal schooling and the less […]

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June 5, 2008, at 12:00 pm — Blogs / /

Unity in the DMZ of the DNC

Many people, even Andrew Sullivan, are saying it would be a guaranteed win in November if Obama chose Clinton as his VP. I agree that it would increase the likelihood of a McCain defeat and would make many Clinton supporters quite appeased. However, if there’s anything to learn from listening to Barack it’s that we have to adjust how we go about governing. And although a joint ticket might mean an easy win it might also mean a hard time in office.

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June 3, 2008, at 12:00 pm — Blogs / / /

What is it to be an American?

For me the question of being an American was a real one – I was born here, in Ohio, but was raised over seas for many years in Brazil. My cultural identity had been a question in my mind for some time- where did I feel most at home? What was I? Was I an American?

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June 1, 2008, at 12:00 pm — Blogs /

Asking for directions

Clinton has been the worst purveyor of this merry-go-round argument of late citing these so-called “battleground” states as proof positive of her chances against McCain in the fall. Never mind that Obama has actually come out ahead in most States in the Union, and never mind that the world and this country is very different than it was just four years ago.

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June 1, 2008, at 12:00 am — site-utility

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MUSIC Never: a soulful pop-jazz ballad from our Artist In Residence, Adjoa Skinner Something Static: uke-driven rock by Dan Rickabus Miles: indie pop-alt from Nathan Schafer Leave the Wine, Down the Ribbons: mellow indie from Lightning Inside You Piano Concerto in D Minor, 1st movement, Derek Polischuk plays Mozart with the Michigan State University Symphony […]

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June 1, 2008, at 12:00 am — site-utility

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by Matthew Tullman
Current Events Editor
July 20, 2010

How many hours spent “watching the news”—in any of the various mediums and regardless of any political slant— would be necessary to understand the current events of the world? Perhaps with a supercomputer parsing the Internet and with the ability to simultaneously watch a set of international television stations could an individual come close to gaining an idea of all the notable events around the world during a single moment. But the answer cannot be quantified in this way—in fact there isn’t an answer. Even with this scenario, the individual may eventually succeed in becoming aware of the significant events globally, but the question is how much does the individual understand?

Mainstream media, to an extent, succeeds in the above endeavor each day—supercomputers scan the Internet and reporters search around the world. But in the up-to-the-minute onslaught of breaking news, the viewer is aware of every event while remaining very much oblivious to the surrounding circumstances of each. The data is devoid of context—the facts are often without historic or analytical details—and the individual is deprived of understanding.

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