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Anthony Maalouf: Reflections

Jan. 22 marked the 33rd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling. Roe v. Wade, which overturned up to 40 state laws on abortion regulation, divided the United...

Final Reflections

It’s been three years since I first wrote for The Quad. When others ask me what got my writing started, I give credit to a predecessor of mine. He was a very politically...

Democrat Plagiarises

In the WCU student handbook, (Ram’s Eye View), plagiarism is defined as “copying another’s work or portions thereof and/or using ideas and concepts of another...

Mike Maybroda Lives On In Us

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since Mike Maybroda left us. Many of us can still remember the day when the tragic news of Mike’s untimely death due to a...

Port sale bad news for Bush

In November 2004, with a big smile on my face, my vote went for George W. Bush. I had many reasons for doing this, but chief among them was because he was the stronger of the two...

V-day just another day

I’m not too big on Valentine’s Day. I’ve only ever had a few “valentines” in my lifetime and came to the conclusion long ago that no one celebrates...

Democrats should stop playing games

Last week, President Bush nominated Sam Alito to fill the vacancy of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. There is no doubt that this will change the makeup of the...

One nation, under God…

“I pledge defiance to the Courts of the Ninth Circuit of America. I love the Republic, which they can’t stand, one nation UNDER GOD, indivisible, with liberty and...

New York is back on top

It’s been four years since the September 11 tragedy, and as West Chester and the rest of the nation remember this tragedy, I have some new reflections, in thinking more...

Political Correctness

Upon welcoming new students to WCU, I told some of my own stories as a “freshman,” only to find myself being told that the use of such wording is “sexist.”...

WCU’s EMTs are becoming negligent

When I was a Resident Assistant (RA), one of my responsibilities included documenting dim-witted behavior, such as drinking in the residence hall, noise policy violation, drug use...

ANTI-EMS

as an EMT, I was extremely dissappointed in your printing fo Anthony Maalouf’s article. I was there on friday night. First of all the Ambulance DID NOT drive up with...

“Culture of Death!

To the Editor: This letter is in response to Anthony Maalouf’s “Culture of Death is Now a Reality” article in the 5 Apr 2005 issue of the Quad, and a little in...

SCUPA needs a contract settlement

My experience with unions on campus has been an eye opening one. In my three years here, I have had strong dialogues with maintenance workers, faculty and non-faculty staff. All...

Lawyer’s behavior is treasonous

In a War on Terrorism that is so broad, it is easy for Americans to forget that the enemy is also local. There is a malignancy within our own society, often hidden behind...

Democrats are alienating pro-lifers

As President Bush completes his State of the Union speech, the Democratic Party looks for a new chairman, and it seems that former presidential candidate Howard Dean has it in the...

Bush champions education policies

This Wednesday, President Bush visited King of Prussia to discuss the No Child Left Behind Act. As a dedicated Bush supporter, I was of course excited to see him speak; but what...

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:I am writing to first say that my roommate and I really enjoyed Anthony Maalouf’s article titled “Bush provides action and progress” in the March...

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:Why is everyone trying to suppress Nader? Have they forgotten that the freedom to do whatever you want is what makes America great? It’s always the same...

Bush provides action and progress

As the Democratic race for president continues, Senator John Kerry has emerged as the likely nominee to take on President Bush. In fact, he is already spending money on anti-Bush...

WCC promotes negative RA image

According to the most recent West Chester Commons flyer, Josh Hartnett and Britney Spears are strong supporters. The flamboyant leaflet says, as to why to live in West Chester...