Articles published in November, 2011

Columns: Dangerous dichotomy

Last spring I wrote of the complacency that has taken over an uncomfortably large percentage of my generation. I called for action from the student body pleading for them to offend me and help me think more deeply about my positions on various issues. As adamantly as I felt about this, over the past few…

The ballots are in

Only nine candidates run for executive board and less than one-third of the student body casts vote

Carroll Blvd.: An inconvenient turn

Students pulled over, fined for turning right off Belvoir

Students vote in favor of apathy

Last Wednesday and Thursday JCU held Student Union executive board elections. All but two positions were uncontested and a mere 897 students voted. The fact that the majority of the elected positions were uncontested shows a lack of commitment and interest in working toward making the University a better place. Since less than a third…