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There may never come a day when everyone at the University is
completely satisfied with the bus service. In all likelihood, there
will always remain a vocal portion of the population who finds
reasons to be disgruntled over the University’s public transit
system. For those naysayers, however, there is a new,
little-advertised program that may help them avoid the buses all
together. This year, the University launched a bike rental
No one is immune from money troubles in this economy, least of
all the University. Thankfully, however, there are people in the
world who are willing to help our school out in its time of need.
Take, for a very good example, the anonymous donor who gave the
University the larges donation it has ever received: A staggering
$27 million to help create 18 endowed chairs.
Libertarianism, while not necessarily a dangerous political
philosophy, can easily lead its more extreme adherents to draw
dubious conclusions. For an example of this, one needs to look no
further than Monday’s debate on CNN, during which Wolf Blitzer
asked Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), “What do you tell a guy who is sick,
goes into a coma and doesn’t have health insurance?
I.B.M.’s supercomputer Watson was famous last spring for
appearing on Jeopardy and besting its human competition. Now,
however, Watson’s sights have been shifted from fun and games to
the real world — namely, health care.
The NFL is pretty much the epitome of the term “boys’ club” — a
bunch of muscular guys roughhousing and showing off their
impressive athletic talents. But that does not have to mean it’s a
discriminatory organization, as NFL officials demonstrated in the
new 2011 Collective Bargaining agreement. This agreement is the
first time discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is
explicitly banned in the NFL.