The only terrorist organization to be mistaken for a fictional spy agency, ISIS, was accidentally created by the United States and western countries.The group has beheaded two journalists with promises to kill more. Unfortunately, with the European Union in constant turmoil since 2011 and the United States still in a slow recovery from a recession in 2008, western countries aren’t equipped to deal with the group of rag-tag anti-government fighters that we used to root for.
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I love the NBA draft.For 60 young men across the world, it represents the final step in a lifelong dream of playing professional basketball.
Learn how to make cross-stitches in a columnist's DIY project.
I was sitting in a small cubicle editing the pages of Gay City News’ Pride issue and listening to the new Alt-J song when my editor tapped me on the back and said, “Indiana struck down the ban on gay marriage.”
This Valentine’s Day episode is easily one of the best “Orange Is the New Black” has to offer, somehow pulling of an episode with a massive amount of information.
This episode is all about bringing up the division of race that we’ve seen limitedly in the past.
“A Whole Other Hole” finally answers the many questions of Morello from what landed her in Litchfield to her darling, Christopher.
Last season, I was left wanting more of “Crazy Eyes.” The show started her out as a distant and strange character, but in doing as “Orange Is the New Black” does best, she became more fleshed out.
Anthony Lombardi is a senior journalism major and writes ‘Lombardi’s Locker’ for the Daily News.
Episode two really breaks open the season for me, centering around one of my favorite Litchfield inmates: Taystee, played by Danielle Brooks.
Season two of “Orange is the New Black” picks up a month after the finale’s end, where Piper beats down Pennsatucky with such barbaric force that it’s hard to breathe — much like the start of this season.
At the beginning of the academic year, the president of the Student Government Association resigned, following backlash from racially insensitive tweets he published.The incident could easily have isolated SGA from the rest of the student body. Instead, it seems outreach has been this executive board’s strongest platform.
Almost everyday, I get asked the same question: “How are you always dressed so nicely?”
For fans following the men’s volleyball team, it seems like the perfect time to be nervous.
Taco Bells around the area released their new breakfast menu Thursday morning, introducing menu items such as the breakfast burrito, A.M. crunch wrap and the waffle taco.
David Polaski is a junior journalism and telecommunications major and writes ‘Dave’s Digs’ for the Daily News.
Ball State can’t end the intelligent design discussion without first having it. In May 2013, the university began investigating a Honors College course accused of teaching intelligent design, which received national attention and resulted in a decision by a private panel of four people. Late July, University President Jo Ann Gora made a definitive statement that could have ended the conversation about the course and its professor, Eric Hedin, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy.
An open letter, My students often ask me, “Why should we, Americans, care about Ukraine and the Ukrainians?
In lieu of writing a slate endorsement, the Daily News invited Cardinal Connection and Empower to write letters to the editor for why students should vote for them.
There is no clear winner in a verbal death match between two hardcore believers with opposite perspectives.That was pretty evident in the Creationism debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham — one known as the educational Science Guy and one known as the founder of the Creation Museum. After more than two hours of debating, neither admitted defeat.