After throwing a bunch of dirty MQs off of a stack of Guardian newspapers, I looked on with joy at something I never imagined: an article about guns in the Guardian! Although I totally disagree with Iron Sights being a “wet dream,” I will admit that getting out to shoot some guns with friends is always fun.
Dear Editor, As a Jewish student at UCSD I feel threatened both physically and emotionally by the continuous efforts by a few organizations to single out my community. This sentiment has become so prevalent among Jewish students in California that the California State Assembly passed HR 35, which proposed to define anti-Semitism in a way in which these provocateurs would be labeled as such.
We all understand the limitations of the six-college system. Many of us are discussing one of the biggest issues right now: When it comes time to graduate, you are separated from some of your closest friends. It’s not only a downer, but it can be plain frustrating.
A colonel was en route to Cartagena, Colombia — to supervise the Pentagon portion of the investigation into an incident that has embarrassed the United States — when Army General Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a speedily improvised news conference said, “I can speak for myself and my fellow chiefs: We’re embarrassed by what occurred in Colombia, though we’re not sure exactly what it is.”