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Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis

1 Comments · Wednesday, December 16, 2009
One highlight of living with rheumatoid arthritis is watching a syringe puncture my flesh to extract blood or inject medication. No, I’m not a masochist, but those thrilling moments have increased my threshold for physical pain.  

I’ve Known Some Soldiers

2 Comments · Wednesday, October 21, 2009
School administrators herded us young boys into a room to listen to two men tell us we should consider enlisting. The images of national guardsmen stacking sandbags to battle against hurricanes and the words “Earn money for college” appealed to me.  

The Bloodless Battlefield

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Chess is a game of honor. Two players face off in a battle of cunning and strategy with the only element of luck being the choices of the player's opponent. Each player must accept his mistakes and learn from them to enhance his game. No person is injured when the commanders sacrifice their soldiers to achieve objectives on this battlefield.   

News: Rocking the White House

Anti-war rally focuses on White House

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 28, 2005
President Bush permitted people opposed to the War in Iraq to assemble outside his office and home while he was away for the weekend. An estimated 100,000 demonstrators attended the Sept. 24 ral  

News: Take Back Your Self

'Global 3' teaches community and alternatives to consumerism

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 6, 2005
Consumption is the engine of the economy. This weekend the conference "Global 3: Reclaiming Community and Environment" will examine problems with that engine. Global 3 is a gathering of more th  

Living Out Loud: : United We Stand?

How friendships and communication cultivate understanding

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 5, 2005
The United States are divided and the November election results attest to that. Eleven states amended their constitutions to ban gay marriages, including Ohio, for a total of 17 states with such le  

News: Bringing Africa Home

Drumming up appreciation of a heritage

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 2, 2004
Americans often visualize Africa as a poverty-stricken land overrun by jungles, lions, tigers and bears. Oh my, what a misconception, says Baoku Moses. "In reality, Africa is a mighty, diverse   

Living Out Loud: : Under the Age Limit

Underage music-lovers have limited options on the local scene

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 7, 2004
I survived to be 21 for over a year now. It's quite an accomplishment considering a few friends did not. Throughout the year I've been reflecting on the cultural leap between the numeric age differ  

News: Showing Bush the Highway

President ducks anti-war protesters

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2003
Anti-war demonstrators rallied Sept. 30 at the Montgomery Road exit from Interstate 71 in Kenwood, anticipating President Bush's motorcade. Bush attended a $2,000 per plate campaign fundraiser  

News: Legalized Terrorism

Group wants city council to oppose federal Patriot Act

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2003
For exercising your rights under the First Amendment -- criticizing the government -- you could be under investigation as a possible terrorist and not even know it. Under Section 215 of the Patri