Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for the Republicans. I want to take this opportunity to congratulate them. President Bush’s moral watchdogs have struck again; another victory for censorship and cultural regression…
On a clear, warm day in late April, a dusty blue bus bearing the logo “Equality Ride 2006” drove toward the main gates of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. Overhead, a cloudless sky arched above the red-gray limestone campus, its Gothic towers perched on stony cliffs high above the Hudson River. Not far from the gates, the bus parked and discharged about 40 protesters in windbreakers or T-shirts.
Late last month, WPRB News sat down with General David Petraeus, commander of United States Central Command and recent recipient of Princeton’s James Madison Medal, to discuss military issues in the Middle East, from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq … Read More
Bill Gates descended on campus last Friday, and everyone in Richardson Auditorium had Microsoft founder’s rock star status impressed upon them. Audience members were greeted by a 21st century audio-visual display: two high-definition monitors and a gigantic projector screen, all … Read More
Started in 1985, the International AIDS Conference, organized by the International AIDS Society, provides an opportunity for health professionals, policy makers, NGOs, scientists, students, and leather daddies an opportunity to share knowledge and experience in the global fight against AIDS. It is the largest conference held on any one health issue, attracting more than 25,000 delegates from all over the world.
The Healthy Eating Lab. Yeah, remember that? It used to be where the convenience store is now. I think it had noodles or…fruit or something. It’s really very hard to write an elegiac piece for a place I don’t think … Read More