People are experiencing more hardships than usual this holiday season. That should be a reason to put petty differences aside and focus on the things that really matter.
Despite recent violence and political controversy regarding the hajj, this Muslim traditional emphasizes peaceful coexistence.
With the prospect of a 25 percent reduction in state revenue to the UM System staring us down, it's likely that many Columbia residents — even those not directly affiliated with the university — will feel the impact.
Columbia residents need to rethink their vision for the future of their community.
With the holiday season in full swing, the shopping culture of Americans remains as popular as ever. Recent events at a Walmart in New York have called attention to the problems this culture may have created.
As the economy continues to falter and the number of animals the Humane Society is taking in each day goes up, Columbia must do their part to help raise enough money for a new budget.
The way the media reports on international issues greatly affects the way Americans react in the polls.
Despite wide-spread public outcry for their removal, Tasers provide a more appropriate solution to the problems officers face in the field.
Catholics weighed more than just that issue in deciding their vote, and some suggest that even priests and Bishops cast their vote for the president-elect.
While one dog has become a national hero, it is the story of another that deserves all the praise.
Abuse of freedoms are an unfortunate side effect of the First Amendment. Families must work together to combat illiteracy and survive difficult times.
Who is responsible for the terrorist attacks that killed more than 170 people in India is unclear.
With University leaders being asked to envision budget cuts of up to 25 percent, no one — students, faculty, citizens, taxpayers — can dodge the impact of this recession or the state government's response to it.
The important issues can be explained in 140 characters or less.
It might seem like the media's trying to launch the public into panic mode, and sure, some blame's warranted. Blame the media for the stories that were missed a year ago — even three years ago. But don't blame the media for reflecting today's reality.
Subtle changes to diet over time will work much better than changing a child's eating habits all at once.
I am heartened by the demonstration of some adult leadership on both sides of the political fence, to include President-elect Barack Obama, who indicated opposition to its reinstatement as late as June 2008.
After an election season filled with promises of change, our country is anticpiating a time where stump speech proposals may become the reality of a truly changed America.
Many people feel hurt and angry because of the economic crisis, which has also resulted in large unemployment rates. This downtown in the economy is related to decisions made earlier, during the escalation and throughout the Iraq war.
While advances in technology have altered the way we perceive art and information, one has to question whether we are being aided, enthralled or simply over-stimulated.