I suppose in retrospect there were a few distinct signs I failed to notice. It started with the sickness — some dark cloud of plague that drifted over campus, infecting all in its path. The halls, once filled with inquiring minds, were lined with the sick and feeble, and the parking lots were strewn with debris from the ongoing apocalypse.
Tightening wallets have stampeded across the nation as the economy worsens and Wall Street shows signs of terminal illness. However, there is rekindled hope in the minds and hearts of Americans as president-elect Barack Obama transitions into presidency. Most are hoping that the economy will turn around, and that the so-called inevitable depression is far from reality.
Among a sea of African-Americans who have contributed positively to American History, names like Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks are iconic. But there are living legends right here on campus who continually build that history through inspirational triumphs.
Snacks, games and condoms at the Healthy Sexuality Fair
Boiling this question down to the molecules, ethanol itself does not carry any benefits. Ethanol is the “active” ingredient in vodka, gin, wine, rum and other alcohols. It requires special detoxification by the liver when ingested so it doesn’t poison the drinker. In people without the detoxifying protein called “alcohol dehydrogenase,” drinking any amount of ethanol can cause a massive reaction including gut-wrenching pain, because ethanol is a biological toxin.
Easy, simple and delicious recipes to help make your Thanksgiving a hit. Whether you're hosting or just a guest, these are sure to please.
For the last three months, Alaska’s unemployment rate has hovered between 6.6 percent and 6.4 percent indicating a slow but steady increase in employment for Alaskans. The national unemployment rate has been coming down...
Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2012. George watched the live feed of Ubisoft's fateful presentation with a twinkle in his eye. A new sandbox game where the digital world would be his oyster. A game that...
Every year, Student Life and Leadership selects a commencement speaker from the graduating class. Representing the class of 2013 is justice major Kelsey Waldorf, whose speech focuses on continuing the quest for success and personal accomplishments well after graduation. TNL sits down with Kelsey and talks about her current goals, advice for future students, and more.
Well, the democratic debates sure were fun to watch. This is the thing with you democratic societies, isn't it? I keep forgetting that it's not as easy to elect a chosen leader for a certain...
Whether you’re reading this as a college-level athlete or a couch-potato level athlete, delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) has likely hit you at one point or another.
Coconut oil is a unique fat. It’s solid at room temperature, like butter, but has purported health benefits, like olive oil. Many doctors used to warn against consuming coconut oil because it looks like butter at face value.
Many naturopathic practitioners have supported the alternative remedy of garlic and onion supplementation. Some suggest that merely leaving sliced onion on the counter will keep sickness at bay.