Drug laws are stifling entrepreneurialism
Prison: Never been and don’t wanna go. From numerous documentaries and news stories about the violence in prison to stories I have heard and shows like ghost adventures, I have seen that a prison is some place I will vigilantly pursue to never visit from an incarcerated point of view.
Letter to the Editor: Erik Gilbert
Your issue of October 24, dedicated to financial issues facing students, was timely and informative.
However, I wanted to draw your attention to an initiative on campus that did not come up in your article on student debt. The Graduate School has a grant from the Council of Graduate Schools and TIAA-CREF (the company that handles the retirement savings of most universities) to implement a Financial Education program for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Letter to the Editor; Debrah Walden
First let me compliment the Herald Staff on the paper. I always grab my copy and enjoy the articles. The format is so polished this year.
Tuesday night, November 6th, I attended the preseason Men’s Basketball game at the Convo.
Our View: Veterans Day is more than just a day off
Every time a national holiday finds its way into the regular school week, students are excited for a day off of school. In some ways having days off is the only way that students know a holiday is taking place.
Maybe forgetting the specific dates for so many holidays is not that big of a deal, but understanding why we commemorate the days as national holidays truly is a big deal.
Letter to the editor: Jason Newell
In his recent opinion article, Adam Sellers was correct in his assertion that we should be cautious when confronted by political fear-mongering. In his assessment of the science behind global warming Sellers made common, incorrect claims often used by politicians to distort public perceptions of what is known about our climate. As a graduate student in environmental sciences at A-State, I felt compelled to set the record straight regarding the evidence of climate change, and hopefully curb the spread of some bad political arguments masquerading as science.
Avoid forcing young girls to grow up too soon
Humans are the only creatures that keep track of time and with that we have the fear of time running out. Time is of the essence but it does not need to be rushed.
Our View: professors need to stop, collaborate and listen
Few things are as disheartening as teachers who believe their classes are not only the most important classes you’ll take, but that they deserve exponentially more homework because of this.