Do you believe what you believe?

Lindsay Buchanan, Senior Writer

October 6, 2010

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Do you believe what you believe? Or do you believe what you do because someone told you to? Each of us holds basic individual morals, ideas and religious beliefs. Each of us considers our beliefs to be the right ones, superior...

Americans should remember First Amendment rights apply to all

Lindsay Buchanan, Senior Writer

September 22, 2010

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution grants five basic rights to citizens of this country that are freely enjoyed by each of us on a regular basis without conscious thought, and envied by people in other countries...

Setterfield writes modern novel with classic style

Shannon Beaudry, Staff Writer

September 8, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

A lonely heroine, a mysterious volume of fairy tales, cold English moors, a rich and reclusive hostess, sordid tales of a family's disintegration and ghosts-each of these elements would be welcome and expected in any number of...

Staff member looks back on her semester in Washington, D.C.

Lindsay Buchanan, Senior Writer

August 23, 2010

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Recently I returned from an amazing experience in Washington, D.C, where I lived, studied and worked as an intern for C-SPAN for three and a half months. I was there as a fellow of the Washington Semester Program which is organized...

Student recounts experience at the University of Delaware

Staci Poston, Assistant Editor

August 23, 2010

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

This summer, fellow FMU student Shannon Pratt and I spent a month at the University of Delaware participating in the Arts and Humanities Summer Institute (AHSI), which is aimed towards preparing undergraduate students for graduate...

Novel explores Thomas Jefferson’s hypocrisy regarding slavery

Shannon Beaudry, Staff Writer

August 23, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

"Clotel, Or the President's Daughter" is a work of historical fiction in which William Wells Brown explores the belief that Thomas Jefferson had several illegitimate children with a slave woman. This idea has been very much debated...

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