Beware of bird flu subterfuge
It never fails: When the government?s PR is tanking, they roll out scare tactics.Forum | October 10, 2005
Lecture series would benefit from better PR
Readers may have noticed that, starting this semester, The Tartan has published a weekly column previewing upcoming campus lectures. In an effort to alert students, faculty, and staff to interesting speakers and lecture topics, the paper encourages writers to pick lectures they find appealing.Forum | October 10, 2005
CNN: You are not the "Celebrity News Network"
Recently, America has seen an outbreak of pregnant celebrities. Perhaps you didn't realize America has been flooded with beautiful bundles of joy. Perhaps you live under a rock.
Celebrities aren't just having babies, either. They're getting married. They're getting divorced. According to some of the top news sources, some of them even breathe on their own. They're that important.Forum | October 3, 2005
What would Flying Spaghetti Monster do?
Dover, Pa., is a small town, just west of York and a little south of Harrisburg. The school district there has some 2800 students in grades K through 12, students who are much like us. Except for one thing: When these students reach the ninth grade, their biology classes will include the subject of ?intelligent design,? a non-scientific theory that tries to teach creationism, only using ?secular t...Forum | October 3, 2005
Washing hands: Not just for employees anymore
Here?s some good advice for the TOC/BOC: when you meet a recruiter, be sure to greet him or her with a good, firm handshake ?? not the flu.Forum | September 26, 2005