Archive for Category: "Moment of Truth"
Orala Moore “I would like to get clothes because I love fashion.” Christian White “Seeing my family happy would be great. I have wished for a lot of things I would not be able to get, but seeing the joy on family’s faces would [...]
For the week before Spring Break of 2012, March 5– 7 multiple events took place throughout the week before everyone left for vacation. On Monday, a hypnotist/magician performed at the Dr. W. W. O’Donnell Center and left his 15 volunteers confused by the hilarious events that took place with their help. On Tuesday, there was [...]
When one hears the word crimes it is inferred that another has committed an unjustified action that opposes the meaning of being a human. There are countless people that can evaluate what is classified as a crime, but we don’t concede is that our inner thoughts are just as hurtful or unethical as the things [...]
It is a trek I repeat every morning. I walk from my dorm to the mailbox, and in it this morning is a Sonic Screwdriver from my favorite show Doctor Who. In pure bliss I remove the wrapping and unveil my screwdriver to some friends outside only to be revealed with bewildered and quizzical faces. [...]
Sametria Strauther – “Christmas is a time of joy, spending it with your family and celebrating the birthday of Jesus Christ. For Christmas this year I would like to get a seasonal job while getting fit.” Chandler Sullivan – “When someone mentions Christmas, family, giving, [...]
The other day I was walking towards the academic building for an early morning class and I spied a fellow student with a tattoo, the tattoo depicted some Asian slogan on it I stopped and asked that person, “Hey what does that mean?” The person shrugged their shoulders and sighed “beats me, it looks cool [...]
On the side in favor of tattoos, they come into each person in various ways. They can be symbolic, a tribal tradition, or serve as a particular memory for anything or anyone. Proscribed by society as improper or unacceptable, they are typically looked towards as being taboo towards certain people, often with the mindset that [...]