FDA chief needs to resign for pet food scandal

By Alka Chandna, Ph.D., McClatchy Newspapers Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 When dogs and cats began to sicken and die after eating certain brands of commercial food, the public had the right to expect swift ac...

Income gap affects many

By David Moberg, McClatchy Newspapers Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Imagine a country with 100 people, whose economy generated $1,000 in new income over the year. One guy at the top get $500, the next nine sha...

Golden rule should be followed at CNU

By Thomas W. Buckley, Junior Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Dear Editor: I recently read an Opinion published in the Captains Log on Wednesday, April 4, entitled Loud students need to quiet their steps. I read ...

Shoddy SGA year ending far too early

By Ian Sass-Basedow, Editor In Chief (’06 – ’07) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Summer recess shines luminously in the distance as we round out one more week of study. Weve only got a few more...

Basement Tapes a fun, cheesy mixture

By Mark Newton, A+E Editor (current), Asst. A+E Editor (’07 – ’08) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 I recently read that a Rolling Stone writer began every review with the first line of an album...

HBOs Entourage

By Daniel Settle, Contributing Writer Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 At the beginning of this past summer, my friend, Cole, had bought the first season of Entourage on DVD. He watched it twice in the first week...

Reaping reeks: No depth, just bad

By Chris McCracken, Contributing Writer Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 The Reaping had such a great idea for a movie plot, but it was entirely put to waste in this movie that ends in shambles. This film had so ...

Talent heats up Homegrown act

By Mark Newton, A+E Editor (current), Asst. A+E Editor (’07 – ’08) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Are you ready for a wicked awesome show? sings freshman Brad Garner. Garner joined freshmen Pe...

Sax quartets set bar high

By Chanelle Layman , Arts & Entertainment Editor (’06 – ’07) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 His passion is obvious as his head bobs and his feet tap to the syncopated rhythms. With a deep ...