Category Archives: Viewpoints

Meghan McCain bares all on Twitter

Anyone who has checked any major news outlet in the last week (or simply been on planet Earth) should have read all about Meghan McCainís recent controversial picture posted on her public Twitter account. †If you havenít seen the image of† McCain, letís just say she leaves little to the imagination.

Supposedly trying to advertise her support for an Andy Warhol book she was reading at the time, the picture features McCain with the book on the far end of the shot and her in an incredibly low-cut tank top with Playboy-esque cleavage engulfing the photo. Continue reading Meghan McCain bares all on Twitter

Where were you when the lights came on?

If youíre like the majority of Woosterís student body, family and friends, you were down at John P. Papp stadium ó smashed in the bleachers, hovering outside the fenced area or crowded together and blocking the exits ó to watch our first-ever night football game. The energy was tangible, and even when the opponents pulled ahead you could hear student-inspired chants and cheering. Continue reading Where were you when the lights came on?

DOES PRESIDENT OBAMA DESERVE THE NOBEL PRIZE? Nobel Prize encourages changes

Immediately after President Barack Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize on Oct. 9, a hurricane of media criticism exploded. The dominant attitude was that Obama did not deserve the award, due to insufficient activity in peace processes. But the rationale for selection is much deeper than many critics observe. Continue reading DOES PRESIDENT OBAMA DESERVE THE NOBEL PRIZE? Nobel Prize encourages changes

Wrong timing for Obamaís prize

Donít get me wrong ó Iím not going to knock President Obama for accepting the Nobel Peace Prize. In keeping with his usual elegance, he humbly spun the win into an affirmation of his administrationís goals. To pundits who suggest he should have declined the prize, I say that would perhaps have been the worst move he could have made ó it would have undermined Obamaís mission of reintroducing the United States into the world community in a major way. Continue reading Wrong timing for Obamaís prize