Memoir broadens cultural gap
Growing up, I assumed all kids were raised like me with curfews, bed times, no TVs in bedrooms and reading at night. Also we didn’t have a computer or video games. We played outside rather than watching TV. The golden rule was expected to be nice to everyone. We sat down to dinner as a family every night.
Well, once I hit high school I learned that not all kids’ parents were so strict with them. I knew my parents were strict and we never crossed them, knowing love was never an issue.
When I first learned about Amy Chua’s “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother,” I thought her parenting style was a bit much; however my opinion has slightly changed since researching and reviewing the book.
Obama at CSU to talk about winning the future
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Berkman’s State of the University Address
The following editorials are the reactions from two Stater reporters to the president’s speech
Defining a modern university
President Ronald M. Berkman delivered the State of the University address, on Oct. 5, to the faculty, students and staff of Cleveland State University. Many students might have missed what he had to say about universities in general and CSU in particular.
Road to success is paved at CSU
When President Ronald M. Berkman made his State of the University address to the CSU community -- his first time that formally addressed faculty and students since his inauguration last year -- he spoke of what defines a modern university.
Media perpetuates hate:
Controversial reverend gets undeserved exposure
In a country that has enjoyed the freedoms of speech, expression and religion for generations, one would think that we would stop confusing all of that with an imaginary right not to be offended. I think it is great that I live in a country where Muslims can worship where they please and Christians can burn the Koran in a 9/11 protest.