This year, the Norwegian Nobel Committee once again shocked the world in its selection of a winner for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Award. The committee said that the selection was made in recognization of the EU “uniting the continent of Europe in the commitment to the advancement of peace, reconciliation and human rights.”
Lindsey Farah Goldstein is a sophomore education major and leadership minor. She is the vice president of Hillel, is in the Razor’s Edge Leadership Scholarship Program, is the Relay for Life Committee Team Development Chair, is the Office of Student Activities SEA Thursday Chair, is the Secretary and Historian of CAUSE and an Orientation Assistant for the 2012-2013 school year. Her favorite quote is, “Life is like photography, you develop from the negatives.”
In the wake of Activision-Blizzard’s momentous announcement in late 2011 that the next expansion to their record-breaking online roleplaying game “World of Warcraft” was to feature oriental-styled pandas and martial arts; the gaming community and fanbase has been swept up in a controversy of epic proportions.