Month: November, 2010

Arts

Minaj And Kanye Hammer Out Hits

By: Brennan Carley

The mere mention of Kanye West one year ago would surely elicit a sneer, while Nicki Minaj’s name might bring about a furrowed brow with the question of “who?” It’s funny how so much can change in just one rotation of the calendar.

Sports, Football

Notebook: Linebacker Writing Luke’s Gospel Of Defense

By: Brad Zak

After recording 21 tackles against the Duke Blue Devils, the accolades are starting to pour in for Luke Kuechly. Following his impressive Week 11 performance, Kuechly was named ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week and was named a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Award given to the Football Writers Association of America’s most outstanding defensive player.

News

Republicans, Democrats Forced to Work Together

By: David Cote

In the wake of last week’s midterm elections, the future of the nation remains uncertain. The large Republican gains in the House of Representatives have produced a split Congress, and the legislative effectiveness of the government hangs in the balance. With a Democrat in the White House and Republicans in Congress, will cooperation or disagreement result?

News

Tea Party Candidates find Success

By: David Cote

The Tea Party, a populist movement that has made bedfellows of Libertarians and Republicans, has garnered national interest over the past year. The movement’s numerous goals include an overall lowering of taxes, the limiting of government spending, and the requirement of a balanced federal budget. Proponents often cite constitutional adherence and smaller federal government as effective ways of achieving those goals, policies supported by the majority of the movement’s political candidates.

In the words of Tea Party activist and now Kentucky Senator-elect Rand Paul, son of former presidential candidate Ron Paul, “We have come to take our government back.”

Arts

Genres Clash In Matt & Kim Album

By: Brennan Carley

While it is abundantly clear that Matt & Kim has musically matured from its Grand days, many of the songs on its new album aren’t much of a departure from its earlier records.

Arts

An Independent Frame of Mind

By: Brennan Carley

One of the most frequently adapted-for-screen stories is Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic, Alice in Wonderland. Walt Disney’s animated version of the film remains one of the most whimsical and charming versions.

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