All is fair in love and war, but fighting a war isn’t as glamorous and desirable as fighting for love.
KFC is starting to lose its grip on the college population. And I hope that their latest marketing strategy doesn’t tighten this grip. Why? Recently, the fast-food chain claimed that more than six out of ten 18 to 25 year olds couldn’t identify Colonel Sanders in the KFC logo. But instead of coming up with a creative advertisement strategy, KFC decided to take the low road.
Can a movie review consist of only three words, “I loved it?” Or is that too little?
Alek Culpepper is a sophomore communication studies major. He is interested in journalism and loves to read. He describes himself as a theater junkie and has performed in many plays. His favorite quote is, “Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away.”
Midterm elections are on Nov. 2. There are three candidates running for senator and two candidates running for governor. NSU will host the candidates in two debates on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20. Based on information gathered from the candidates’ campaign publications, this is who they are and where they stand on pressing issues.
Hysterical paranoia has become rampant in this country. CNN, Fox, MSNBC, PBS. If it’s a news network, it’s feeding the public sharp-edged anxiety pills. And the majority of us are swallowing them — without water. But instead of a scratched throat, we have raw nerve-endings.
It’s a scientific fact (that I’ve just made up) that it’s impossible not to smile while riding a jet ski. This fact applies to certain other things — watching a baby laugh, holding a banjo, and eating a sundae. After seeing Vampire Weekend, I’m now adding that experience to the list.
OK, so Pete Yorn’s nickname is not “Pistol Pete,” or maybe it is. I don’t know him. But it should be. The guy fires off albums like it was high noon at Dodge City and someone had just spoken to his lady all wrong. His latest work is the self-titled “Pete Yorn,” and Pistol Pete is quick at the draw.
NSU once employed the services of Primate Products, a Miami-based company that provides primates to research labs and universities for research. However, in early September, the company was reported on NBC Miami news for possible animal neglect and abuse of its primates.
Not many people make it a Blockbuster night anymore. On Sept. 23, the movie rental company filed for bankruptcy.