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Swifter, higher, stronger with an unfair advantage

Pam Tapper February 8, 2010

Pamela Tapper Contributing reporter In 1896, Baron Pierre de Coupertin initiated the motto, Swifter, Higher, Stronger for the Olympics. In his vision of the modern Olympics, I don’t think he had...

Secret Service blows it

Pam Tapper December 9, 2009

At the first State party of the Obama Administration, a couple managed to get through the first security check point at the party. This is very terrifying to me. I remember when President Kennedy was...

Face the reality that death is a part of life

Pam Tapper December 7, 2009

If a person is in a hospital or a nursing home, the last two months of life are the most expensive. Medicare paid $50 billion last year for the last two months of patients’ lives, more than the government...

Face the reality that death is a part of life

Pam Tapper December 7, 2009

If a person is in a hospital or a nursing home, the last two months of life are the most expensive. Medicare paid $50 billion last year for the last two months of patients’ lives, more than the government...

A change of venue for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

Pam Tapper December 1, 2009

United States Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr. was met with criticism from Republican senators when he announced recently, that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four alleged co-conspirators will be tried...

Priority of distribution is disturbing

Pam Tapper November 18, 2009

On Nov. 5, Trish Regan, the anchor for CNBC’s ‘The Call,’ reported that some Wall Street firms had received significant doses of H1N1 vaccines. Goldman Sachs reportedly received 200 doses, and Citigroup...

Tseng College offers classes during the winter break

Pam Tapper November 16, 2009

As most students are in a blur after the holidays, some motivated students are taking classes every day, including weekends, for the first two weeks of January. The Winter Term/Intersession 2010 is...

The results of discipline disorder

Pam Tapper November 10, 2009

Two Northwest Airline pilots were recently suspended for missing their final destination by 150 miles. Their claim was that they were looking at their laptops and had the communications turned off. There...

Obama’s control is a slippery slope

Pam Tapper November 3, 2009

In an unprecedented move, it was announced recently that the Obama administration would cut the salaries of 25 top executives of the seven largest banking firms in the country. For a presidential administration...

Snowe is the hope for the party of no

Pam Tapper October 20, 2009

Senator Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, was the only Republican to vote for the Senate Finance Committee’s bill on health care. Could she be the hope for bipartisanship, and for the party of no? With its...

Hate and the Internet

Pam Tapper October 13, 2009

A few weeks ago, the Sundial published a story about the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), a student organization, which was the target of surveillance by the LAPD. The Sundial received...

Educational Opportunity Program cutbacks due to budget crisis

Pam Tapper October 12, 2009

A freeway commute of 20 miles before 8 a.m. and working sometimes until 10 p.m. six days a week is the plight of an engineering student who has had his funds cut from the Educational Opportunity...

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