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9/11 shadow still lingers 10 years later

By Allison Thompson, SMU Daily Campus For our grandparents, it was Pearl Harbor. For our parents, it was the assassination of JFK. For us, it is 9/11. We all remember…

Growing up terror-fied: The 9/11 generation

By Ashley Withers, SMU Daily Campus I remember exactly where I was on Sept. 11, 2001. I was sitting on the floor of my sixth-grade science class making a bridge…

We didn’t start the fire, Rick Perry didn’t put it out

By Parker Cramer, LSU Reveille Rome is burning. Wait, I mean Texas. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, my beloved home state is ablaze. There have been 190 reported wildfires attributed to…

Unconstitutionality of Department of Education is a scheme

By Zachary Davis, LSU Reveille Big government. While these two words may cause the staunchest Libertarians, Tea-Partiers and Republicans to quake in fear or anger, they have no such effect…

Fox News should keep mouth shut about video games

By Adam Arinder, LSU Reveille Fox News Channel wears many hats. For conservatives, it offers a slew of information keeping people up-to-date on the latest news around the world. For liberals,…

Panda poop could rescue us from oil and corn ethanol

By Andrew Shockey, LSU Reveille Researchers unveiled an unlikely source for biofuel-creating enzymes at the 242nd National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society. It’s panda poop. Giant pandas dine almost…

Ron Paul may be charismatic, but doesn’t understand science

By Chris Seemann, LSU Reveille I really want to like Ron Paul. For disaffected independent voters like me, the possibilities of the 2012 election loom large and ominous on the…

Failure of Diplomacy: Sex education important in combating teen pregnancy

By Zachary Davis, LSU Reveille Sexual education is a difficult subject for many. Trying to teach students before they start experimenting on their own and after they’ve reached the right…

Use of conflict minerals in electronics comes at high cost

By Priyanka Bhatia, LSU Reveille Hide yo’ kids, hide yo’ wife, the conflict minerals are coming. She’s beautiful and sleek. Her curves may be non-existent, but what she lacks in geometry, she definitely makes…