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Opinion

Reenie Young, editor

   

The $4 million circus comes to Honoulu

The circus is in town! Bob the elephant is prancing around the arena, insisting on his right to run against a deceased opponent. Feel free to throw peanuts or whatever at him. Ben the lion has been leaping through hoops of fire and riding his unicycle around the supreme court roaring and wagging his tail.

   

Election 2002: The importance of voting

The 18-25 demographic historically turns out to vote less frequently than other groups, making them the least politically active group in our society, which is ironic, since their age group is subjected to more regulation – draft, alcohol control – than older age groups. Young adults must vote if they are to take control of their own lives.

   

Better foreign policy could prevent terrorism

There is a way in which Sept. 11 could have been prevented—not by more competent agencies, but by having a more principled foreign policy.

   

Shuttle riders need cell phone etiquette

There is a time and place for almost everything, and riding the HPU shuttle is neither the time nor the place to share a one-sided conversation about plans for the upcoming weekend or other personal conversations.

   

Bush's war ignores U.N.

Bush’s eagerness to disarm Hussein comes at an uneasy time for America, as our economy is unstable, our jobs are in jeopardy, and war is already on our minds.

   

Letter to the Editor & Responce

"You call Kalamalama the 'Hawai‘i Pacific University Student Newspaper,' and I ask: is it really a student newspaper?"

 
   
   
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