The Armenian Students Association of Pittsburgh organized an Armenian-themed event last Wednesday in the Dowd Room of the University Center.
Social ramifications aside, the new scanners are the result of the $42 billion the TSA has spent on upgrading security over the past 10 years.
House Rep. Tim Wahlberg (R–Mich.) succeeded in passing an amendment that would cut $20.5 million from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) this year, the largest cut to the NEA in 16 years.
- Obama’s ‘Race to the Top’ education-improvement program stagnates
- Mainstream media fails to report on Libya crisis
- Leaders utilize censorship to contain multiculturalism
- AmeriCorps up for cuts
- Boston’s new app creates union between technology and civil services
- Activision replaces innovation with repetition in games
What will the late months of 2011 and early months of 2012 be like if there is no football to be watched?
There are just a couple of days left until spring break, and excitement about going home is building up. However, for many people, spring break doesn’t entail being able to go home.
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