By Alexa Epitropoulos | firstname.lastname@example.org Student Government Association President David Arreola has been reinstated after a two-week investigation conducted by Student Services into his December arrest. Arreola, who was suspended indefinitely on Jan. 14, resumed his role as president in…
I am a child of Martin Cooper. If the name doesn’t ring a bell (pun very intended), Cooper was the inventor of the first commercially available cell phone, the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x. The DynaTAC weighed in at nearly two pounds, making it a stretch to actually call the phone mobile. Even Cooper said “the battery lifetime was 20 minutes, but that wasn’t really a big problem because you couldn’t hold the phone up for that long.”
Every two years, the district engages in perhaps one of the most underrated events in the community: Electing a representative for Congress. Much of the time, it seems these elections seemingly go unnoticed. Nevertheless, it’s a pretty big deal.
October 1, 2013 was a thrilling day for the nation. That was that popular consensus of most media outlets, at least.
It wasn’t just our government officials who weren’t on the same page. Countless American’s didn’t know what the government shut down was or what it even meant. In general, the media didn’t serve the populace well, pushing agendas on both sides. So I’ve come up with the seven questions you were too embarrassed to ask about the government shut down.
America’s economy hit a major downturn in 2008. The housing bubble crises left Americans in economic turmoil, leaving many individuals financially destitute. Many questions have developed concerning the recovery rate. If the economy is recovering, as the media suggests, why…