Articles in Opinion
Attention all Denver Broncos fans, if there are any left, please come out from hiding. Now that I have gathered up the last couple loyal fans it is time to address the unfortunate concept of “bandwagoning.”
Welcome back! I hope you had an enjoyable summer, and are now ready to dig in at the many academic challenges awaiting you.
Since the start of the summer semester, the editorial staff has been to working hard to generate and produce fresh ideas for the campus’s top news and information vehicle.
The number of motorists who drive through the stop sign adjacent to the Recreation Center at Colorado State University-Pueblo is a problem that seems to get no attention from the campus hierarchy.
I love to try to get into the minds of children. They are so “real” and uncensored. Sometimes their responses are so simple and creative that we as adults have to do a double-take and say to ourselves: “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Earlier this semester I wrote an editorial explaining that student journalists at Colorado State University-Pueblo make mistakes and that this is a learning environment.
Openfeint, while it has its own app, is really about social networking throughout iPhone games. The app’s website describes it as “XBOX Live meets Facebook for iPhone.” It sounds interesting, but what does the Openfeint App itself do?
The Opera web browser claims to make web browsing faster even on slow connections. Their mobile phone browser, Opera Mini, claims the same, and as any iPhone user knows, AT&T’s non-3G data network, is notoriously slow. Opera Mini for the iPhone can help.
The Flair Affair, a CSU-Pueblo TODAY-produced series designed to showcase people and their talent, will make its debut on Monday, July 19, at the CSU-Pueblo TODAY website.
After all these years, comedienne Carol Burnett has written a book chronicling the success of her 1970s Emmy-winning TV variety show. Titled “This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection,” Burnett talks about how the 11-year run of “The Carol Burnett Show” was a staple for millions of TV viewers.
Well it was a good run, good enough in U.S. soccer standards, I suppose. If we ever had a year to make an impact and show the world we know how to play soccer, it was this year.
The Flair Affair, a weekly series designed to showcase campus personnel and their talent, will soon be offered as part of CSU-Pueblo TODAY’s online publication.
After double-knotting my shoelaces and gulping down a half quart of water, I stepped out into the crisp, cool morning to begin the first of many a.m. walks toward a healthier, happier me.