It is incredible that the largest threat to America continues to be mishandled, and that President Bush should react so negatively to an account that tries to inform the American people of the shortcomings in the War on Terror.
Three weeks ago, I wrote a column laying out what I believe to be some of the more egregious transgressions of President Bush's environmental and energy policies. It is crucial for us as open-minded students to be familiar with these policies and judge for ourselves their social and economic worth.
The power of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" is immense. It creates an emotional atmosphere among both Christians and non-Christians about the events surrounding the crucifixion. It has also sparked something else: spoofs.
In the conversations immediately following the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, the question of intellectual diversity was widely discussed and hotly debated. This is an important issue that was necessary to bring to light and critical to take into account.