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|Volume 69, Issue 18,
Thursday, September 18, 2003
It is evident; globalization is a
dominant aspect of our time. Earlier this week, UH held a debate on its
effects. Public figures are either constantly speaking out against it or
helping to promote it. Large corporations are, of course, backing it with
every financial resource they can spare. And the government seems to be
making it somewhat of a top priority.
Republicans push diversity
Does anyone else feel like we're living
in bizarro world lately? Black is white, up is down, that kind of thing?
Although green still means go at the stoplight and the Cincinnati Bengals
keep losing, it does feel like the political spectrum has been flip-flopped
as of late. Conservatives control the media, Democrats are stressing fiscal
responsibility and Republicans are supporting affirmative action.
Health Dept. demands respect
As a senior, I expected my last year
to be enjoyable and pleasant, considering I am about to graduate and I
will finally receive my degree in kinesiology. For those of you who are
not familiar with this degree or associate kinesiology with physical education
-- yeah, the P.E. you took in high school -- kinesiology is the study of
human movement and it involves business, marketing, recreation, exercise
science and education.
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