While everything was happening in Paris, Boko Haram, the terrorist organization and Al-qaeda affiliate, was carrying out one of the worst and bloodiest attacks in their history, leaving an estimated 2,000 people dead, though the real number may well never be known.
People across the world have once again united under a common cause in the wake of the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, France.
It’s been quite the year for the small screen. This last year we’ve seen network television stick to their archaic insistence on using the antiquated Nielsen system to find ratings, and we’ve seen them break away from tradition and point their wagons toward the wild west of the internet.
The country has been torn in half again.
I’ve spoken a few times now about Fayetteville’s civil rights ordinance. I covered the first city council meeting, where Sarah Marsh was booed. I live-facebooked the entirety of the 10-hour follow-up meeting. I even wrote a bit about how shaming the opposition is not OK. This is going to be a little different. I’m going…
On November 2nd, Brittany Maynard ended her life. She had made headlines over the last month because of the decision she made to do so.
Election time is upon us again, so I thought I’d take a minute to talk with you all about the importance of your vote, and what is up this year on the ballot. I’m being careful as to not to endorse anyone, though anyone that knows me could probably guess which side I fall on….
Last week, someone published the names of the people who signed the petition to repeal Ordinance 119, the Civil Rights Ordinance that Fayetteville’s City Council had voted on the month before, onto a website.
It has been a summer of hardship and loss, despite all the fun in the sun many of us have had.
Third period Earth Science class, at Ramay Jr. High School. That’s where I was on 9/11.