Between 1939 and 1945, six million Jews were brutally murdered in Europe. Their crime? Being Jewish.
I realize most of us are penny-pinching, struggling college students surviving off dollar store pasta and Costco pizza, so I’m not asking that you empty your bank account into the nearest Salvation Army collection tin. Instead, I urge you to sign up to volunteer.
In the United States, a sexual assault or rape happens every two minutes and 60 percent of the incidents are never reported to the police. In 2007, 248,300 sexual assaults were reported.
My next-door neighbor was having particularly loud sex. It took even less time to close my window and turn up my television so I didn’t have to hear it, but her bed was still banging against our shared wall.
On a rainy Tuesday, I left home for my 9 a.m. class with a warm coat and umbrella in tow. I joined the crowds of hooded and self-sheltered students shuffling from over-hang to covered hallway on the journey to class.
June 5 is the last printed Friday edition of the Mustang Daily. Like any media organization, the student newspaper of Cal Poly has changed a lot since its creation as The Polygram in 1916, but regardless of how information looks, the Daily is dedicated to quality content.
I also have to address the inability of the English majors on this campus to recognize Ryan Moriarty as what he is and for what he is doing. As a fellow physics major, I am saddened by your inability to see other possibilities. My first thought is that perhaps Ryan Moriarty’s opinions are just too far out there.