Stephanie Parra

Back to Basics

Back to Basics

Sure, year after year we all make plans that go undone on our New Year’s Resolutions’ Lists, so why not resolve this year to set attainable goals rather than drastic, unattainable promises?


Power to the voters

From now until Nov. 2, students have the chance to vote for political candidates who will locally and nationally represent their positions on issues ranging from President Obama’s election to the new strategy in Afghanistan.


‘Urine’ for a treat with Ring’s new musical

The dialogue, wittily worded, comically feeds the audience an exaggerated version of the earth’s eventual fate if they choose not to tackle the issues addressed in the musical. “Urinetown” is a must-see for all musical aficionados on campus, as hidden political messages and new insights are provided with oodles of laughs.

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