Girls Don’t like Boys, Girls like Cars

DAISY PROM Staff Writer They’re the ones who are there when you are lover-less, the ones who will rush to you when a cuddle-buddy is needed. However, amidst all these I-got-your-back notions, there’s bound to be some sort of underlying desire or lust. Sure, a boy-girl friendship works in theory or fantasy, but you cannot ignore human instinct. With guys,

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Who’s on the ‘Slut List’?

It’s Friday, and I’m home watching 20/20. Tonight the show is about none other than the ridiculous scandal surrounding the charismatic, almost Democratic-presidential candidate John Edwards. Undoubtedly, we’ve all heard his woes: an ailing wife, a mistress and, of course, a lovechild. In times like these, his political accomplishments are overshadowed by the public’s following of something much more interesting:

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Yes, He Can … But Maybe Not Today

YVONNE LEE Co-Editor-In-Chief In the months preceding Barack Obama’s November 2008 presidential election, the words “change” and “hope” became synonymous with the charismatic Senator. He told the nation “Yes, we can,” instilling in Americans a newfound interest in politics. “Obama-fever” swept the nation and enraptured the American people. Thanks to a record number of voters, first time voters and minority

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Let’s Pretend to Progress

SALLY TRAN Staff Writer Despite the hubbub over our nations’s first African-American president, Mr. Obama has made some dubious choices, his newest eyebrow-raising decision arriving as Race to the Top. Hoping to improve our lowest achieving schools and close the growing achievement gap, the new initiative is a lovely, picturesque goal about as realistic as Santa Claus dropping down the

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