Monthly Archives: March 2012

Ingenuity in transportation

The very idea that Americans want a better funded and expanded transportation system is the same idea that Americans for the last two decades have been demanding. So it comes as no surprise that 79 percent of those polled in rural … Continue reading

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Blah This may be a strange way to start out a blog, but I don’t have much to say. After weeks of being swamped with work, school and being the president of my fraternity; the sudden break in my schedule … Continue reading

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Stronger together or struggle apart

Growing up I was always taught you are stronger in a group than you are on your own. In the Bible, we see multiple examples of a sheep straying from his Sheppard. In sports, it seems like every week on Sports Center there … Continue reading

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To be or not to be…. Private?

It seems like no matter where you are, online privacy is a hot topic these days. Every news channel talks about it, Congress is debating it, and even my mom frets about it every now and then. There seems to … Continue reading

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Electronics for the Win

Electronics used to be something the rich kids had. Now, electronics is something everyone has. The field of Strategic Communications/Public Relations use electronics like a politician uses their mouth. “Nonstop” Strategic Communication majors use computers to create and update blogs … Continue reading

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Public Transportation: A money saving tradition… without intuition

I use the word intuition because I do not think many understand the truth behind public transportation: It saves money. I was impressed to find through the Arlington Transit blog that riding public transportation can save you $9,381 a year. Public … Continue reading

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