I sat in one of the desks of a Seigle Hall classroom. It felt so public; anyone could have walked in and seen me crying as I told my story to the fraternity leadership.
I’ve tried doing this the right way, I really have. There has to be a way the University can keep students safe from known threats.
Today’s newspaper includes an op-ed piece entitled “Not a threat,” written by an anonymous Washington University student.
“Anon(ymous)” runs in Edison Theater from Thursday, Oct. 9 through Sunday, Oct. 12. Shows will be held at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as well as at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $10 for students.
While the legal system in place is almost certainly flawed, too much power in the hands of common people can create chaos. Everybody wants to become a hero, but a self-proclaimed protector of people can create victims as well.
Dozens of New Zealand police officers stormed Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom’s Auckland mansion on Sunday. The many officers, backed by helicopters, broke through a series of electronic locks in order to arrest a pistol-wielding Dotcom. Immediately following the arrest, U.S.
You may know Roland Emmerich as the director of explosion-heavy disaster movies “Independence Day” and “2012,” but this Friday he gives us “Anonymous,” a conspiracy-fed thriller that asks the question of whether or not Shakespeare actually wrote his plays.