It's not only classes that contribute to our exhaustion; it's all of the extracurricular activities that also want everything from you.,It's that time of year again. The time of year where the cold weather rolls in and the exhaustion sets in. We have had classes for 12 straight weeks with
Iceland has been suffering from the economic downturn since October.,Iceland isn't a country we hear about a lot in the news, at least here in the United States. Indonesia hasn't been in the news a lot lately either. However, both are experiencing times of radical change, brought on by a
Managing Editor One thing students at the University don't have this semester is what is traditionally called a reading day. And I know that I, for one, could have used it. It seems as though this semester has been especially rough for no apparent reason.,By Kelly Wall Managing Editor One
Managing Editor The University has announced the speaker for this year's Commencement Ceremony. Former LEGO President Peter Eio will give a speech at the main ceremony. According to his profile on Forbes.com, "Mr. Eio served as the President of LEGO Systems, Inc.,The University has announced the speaker for this year's
Informer Staff Writer Were you wondering why NBC's traditional peacock feather logo was suddenly green this week? This week is Earth Week and it's not just television stations getting in on the action. Students across the university are participating in a variety of events to celebrate Earth Week and Earth
Managing Editor It looks as though half of the students running the Student Government Association next year will answer to the same name: Matt. After three days of voting around the campus, all three "Matts" up for election took the lead in their respective races.,It looks as though half of
The United Nations has decided not to impose sanctions on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, which I will refer to as North Korea, only giving the country a slap on the wrist for launching, well, no one is really sure what North Korea has launched.
According to an article on CNN.com, Pakistan, the United States and Afghanistan will hold meetings in Washington sometime in May. I think this is an interesting step in American foreign policy, especially since we have spent much time in the past focusing on defending Israel.
Managing Editor Students will have a chance to decide who will serve on next year's Student Government Association (SGA) Executive Board. From Monday, April 13 to Wednesday, April 15, voting will be held in three different locations. Students can vote in Gengras Student Union at the SGA office, GSU 130,
Managing Editor When I was looking up directions to a place I had never been, Google Maps was my first stop. I was even more pleased than usual with the results; not only could I get the directions to the location, I could also walk along the path I would