Bon Voyage is a tradition that was revived last year by the Drexel Traditions Program. In the years following our University's founding, then-President James MacAlister would cancel classes to let students watch warships set sail - the present-day farewell celebration for graduating seniors pays homage to this ritual.
In my letter to the editor of The Triangle in the May 1 issue, I noted the objectively verifiable hypocrisy of many conservatives who partook in the Tax Day tea parties (these being the same people that remained silent during the Reagan and Bush administrations).
In the past decade there have been a variety of explanations and theories as to why Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold did what they did. But the reality is that no matter how many experts are consulted or however many books are written, no one can really give us the real answers other than Harris and Klebold themselves.
California made a decision April 23 to pass the Low Carbon Fuel Standard bill, which will limit the amount of carbon dioxide that can be produced by both the fuels being used as well as the process by which those fuels are created. One of the industries that will be hit hardest is the ethanol, and it's about time.
Dear Editor, Darfur. On occasion we hear this word integrated into our lives. Whether it is a news report or a article in a newspaper, we hear this word and do not understand its meaning. How would one today define Darfur? What do we know about it? How does it affect our future? If you walk around an average college campus, you will hear a couple of different reactions.