Reserve deputy who shot Eric Harris may not have been properly trained.
On Friday, the Circle Cinema hosted a screening of Laura Poitras’ “Citizenfour.” The screening was followed by a Q&A.
The women’s tennis team added to the Golden Hurricane’s conference titles, with a win over the University of Houston in the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
The men’s tennis team made it to the American Athletic Conference championship game, but fell to defending champion South Florida Bulls.
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Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing Katie Thompson addresses TU Athletics’ problems.
Growing up alone beneath the eternally cloudy St. Louis skies, I was soon forced to confront the fact that even baseball provided little solace.
Satire is meant to criticize and bring attention to a real situation, but Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg warns that “The Interview” is so ridiculous in general that the casual viewer may not realize how much of the movie’s portrayal of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is actually real.
Satire Editor Fraser Kastner reviewed dinosaur erotica and immediately regretted it.
Inspired by Dr. Joanne Davis’ Psychology of Trauma class recently produced “The Vagina Monologues,” a play written by Eve Ensler based upon a series of interviews she conducted with women. The monologues cover female genital mutilation, rape, sex, menstruation, masturbation and the stigma surrounding vaginas.
A bill that would require a blood test for a marriage license would be ineffective and attract lawsuits.