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Anti-tuition-hike protesters spread good message, picked bad location

Living in the dorms has many downfalls, but most of all is being susceptible to the occasional "hall damage fee." Like all fees that show up on your bursar's account, if they are not paid by the appropriate deadlines there will be repercussions. To my point, today at the Administration building there was a protest against tuition hikes. I, like any other student, am against tuition hikes as well. But when protesting, don't shut down the whole building. People need to get in there for other reasons, such as the registrar, financial aid or to work. If you have a desire to protest, don't chain yourselves to the doors; beat your drums outside so that those of us who work and need to be there can enter and take care of our business. Some of us don't have the time to wait for the police to arrest you. [Read article]

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Memorializing the deconstruction of America

On Sept. 11, a group of men seized control of four commercial airliners and crashed two of them into the twin towers of one of America's tallest and most important skyscrapers. The World Trade Center collapsed into a crumpled, smashed and twisted heap, burying or incinerating the corpses of 2,800 murder victims.

What were the hijackers' principles? Hatred for the secular, objective foundation of American freedom, hatred for the individualistic ethics behind American capitalism, hatred for reason and science and the technology it produced, hatred for the American men and women who live to experience the joy of their own life and achievement; in short, hatred for the values built in steel and concrete as New York's twin towers. [Read article]

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photo How ╬feminism' is destroying the women's movement

I'm tired of Britney-bashers. You know the type: self-righteous, overeager, the kind of woman who wields the term "feminist" like an unsheathed sword. The kind who's always desperately trying to tell you how some blond pop star is setting back the women's movement. The kind who doesn't realize how deeply entrenched she is in the new cult of true womanhood, the one that has unknowingly resurrected its ancient predecessor's chief principle ¸ that the greatest thing a woman is capable of is self-sacrifice. [Read article]

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