best of times, the worst of times
end of semester prompts yays and nays
To our wonderful readers who pick up the Skiff every day.
Jeers: To classes we fall asleep in on a regular basis.
Cheers: To the end of classes we fall asleep in on a regular
Jeers: To long, boring graduation ceremonies.
ties seem a bit fishy
Thursday, the State Department quietly urged all nonessential
U.S. diplomats and private U.S. citizens to leave Saudi
Arabia. Senior officials stated that there was recent
and credible information indicating that extremists are
planning further attacks against U.S. and Western interests.
last chance to impart politics
is a custom here at the Skiff for graduating editors to
write a column thanking everyone who has helped them and
impart some words of wisdom to the younguns.
all sides of issues
wish to respond to Ezra Hoods column that ran earlier
this week by defending the truth and morality and by being
100 percent biased . . . I mean honest.
have right to consume as they wish
is the biggest killer in America. In response, schools
are now banning the sale of junk food and
providing balanced meals. What about the rest of the country?
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