When I hear the word newsworthy I think of major events, such as train collisions, murderers convicted and presidents elected among many things. Never does the thought of a person getting emotional conjure any thought in my mind that it could be worthy of being headline news.
Dear President Obama,
I am greatly disappointed, hurt and betrayed by you. When I cast my vote for you as the next president of the United States, I legitimately thought I was making the right choice. After following your campaign for almost a year, and even neglecting my girl Hillary, I was confident that you were the only person capable of moving our country in a new direction that would take us out of the dark hole we were in for eight years.'
There are many things in this world that can have a great effect over us. One of the many influential powers is that of prayer. Being both simple and yet complex, when we allow ourselves to be immersed in all its virtue, we are given the opportunity to be freed.
In honor of Armenian Genocide Awareness Week, the Armenian organizations at CSUN put together a public tribute display to honor the 1.5 million Armenians who were massacred during the beginning of the 20th century.
It's almost that time of year again. Pretty soon we'll be seeing the banner spelling out CSUN cascading down the front of the library, the bleacher seats erected and those pearly white chairs intricately placed on the library lawn for the soon-to-be graduates.
Another Associated Students election has come, but not completely left us yet.