As Case Western Reserve University continues to attempt to mend some of the broken fences and "branding" gaffes of the past few years, it's not surprising the administration would concentrate much of these efforts on solidifying the programming and promotion of Alumni Weekend and Homecoming.
In the Oct. 16 editorial, the effectiveness of Student Executive Council's role in encouraging student participation in university decisions was questioned. A good example is the recent progress in the Leutner dining hall renovations. Beginning last spring, RHA, other SEC groups, and the Housing staff, were solicited for their opinions.
I agree this country's health insurance system is in need of more than tax credits to fix its problems, as suggested in "Drastic Healthcare Reform Vital for Broken System," but the agreement stops there. I wish to present some facts for those interested in this debate to consider.
Global warming has been a hot topic for a substantial part of the 21st century so far. However, does global warming actually deserve all these water-cooler chats and front page headlines?
Currently, I am surrounded by a lot of people who are pushing the idea of a higher power and God, trying to pressure me into believing that there is one all-seeing, all-powerful god that controls everything. Now, I have never been a religious person, and have never been to church, or read large parts of the Bible, so one should not take me as an authority on the topic.
Remember when Barack Obama was a man full of brilliant new ideas, who espoused change and unity through ingenious new, seemingly simple solutions?