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Americans still reeling from 9/11

Americans still reeling from 9/11

The Wichitan

September 7, 2011


Filed under Op-Ed, Staff Editorial

Few people could argue that the events of Sept. 11, 2001 did not change the nation forever – the  tragedy has affected us economically, emotionally, societally and politically. Even though Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and other 9/11 conspirators are dead, there’s no masking the scar they left...

We are NOT a dying breed

Kaja Salsman

September 7, 2011


Filed under Op-Ed

If you are reading this right now, that means that you actually are aware of the fact that MSU has a student-run paper. Unfortunately, a large chunk of the student body has no idea about the paper, and probably has no idea about what is going on in the community either. Young adults are becoming...

Time for Change

Time for Change

The Wichitan

September 1, 2011


Filed under Staff Editorial

School has started once again, which means another semester of classes, homework and occasional (or not so occasional) partying. But most of all, it means another semester of The Wichitan. We at the student newspaper do have a warped set of priorities, after all. If you’re reading this right no...

Language falls through the Net

Language falls through the Net

Kaja Salsman

August 31, 2011


Filed under Op-Ed

  “lawl grl i luv da way u did ur hair! Luks so kewl!” Give me a break! Is that even English?! Internet speak may look ridiculous, but it seems as though this is the direction the English language is taking. The more popular instant communication gets, the more our language deteriorates....

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