One thing that has been difficult for me to understand at times is God’s timing. There is one main difference between my timing and God’s timing. God’s timing is perfect. Mine is not.
For the 2015-16 student government elections, the Lariat Editorial Board is endorsing Houston junior Pearson Brown for student body president. We believe he will best represent the interests of the student body as student body president.
The nation’s eyes were on college basketball on Monday night as the Duke Blue Devils won their fifth national championship under legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Every day at 8 a.m. the masses drag themselves into high rises, cubicles, factories and assembly lines and every day at 5 p.m. (sometimes 4:55 p.m.) the masses rejoicingly rush out the doors. Why is this the norm? Shouldn’t we love work?
In a case that started in 2011, 11 former employees from the Atlanta public schools have been found guilty of racketeering in a case that started out as a cheating scandal in which 35 people were originally indicted.
There’s a new blogger online, and he’s created quite the excitement in the world of economics where speculation rules. Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke announced last week that as he is now a private citizen, he will start blogging about a range of issues regarding the economy and from time to time, baseball.
It’s a powerful word, one we often throw around to describe anomalous activities. When adults act outside the norm and cause harm to themselves or others, even experts look to words like “depression” and “mental illness” for an explanation.
As society debates issues like the false portrayal of body image, France made a strong declaration of its stance by outlawing any websites that promote “thinspiration.”
Big Bang Theory revolves around (pun intended) the lives of four young scientists and their attempts to navigate life in Pasadena as self-proclaimed nerds and hopefully find love.
Growing up, I felt like I got one common message from school, camp and extracurricular activities: louder is better. The loudest students got the teacher’s attention, were deemed the leaders, and were the most well-known.