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All the new rage
In the latest twist in the Bush administrations’ verbiage in the war on terror – or the war against radical extremists – a new term has emerged: Islamic fascism, sometimes referred to as “Islamofascism.”
The term has been seized upon by some as accurate, by others as unfair.
More emphasis on community service at VCU
With the ongoing concerns over global warming and its relationship with the environment, Virginia Commonwealth University seems to have a relatively untapped opportunity in the form of community service.
One opportunity for service entails the ecosystem.
My knees shaking and hands trembling, I walked out of the movie theater emotionally drained. I found myself with tunnel vision, walking briskly past the crowds out to my car. I inserted the key roughly fitting into the keyhole, turning the lock and opening my door.
Wednesday morning untold numbers of college students logged in to Facebook only to find a new feature tracking their every move on the service, from comments to photos, events and groups.
It may seem Orwellian at first, but consider this: the only people who can see what you’ve done on Facebook, depending on your privacy settings, are your friends and your network.