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Know when to run

There are a few times in a person’s lifetime that they come across someone who is truly despicable. Sometimes this repulsion is a universal feeling of disrespect, distrust, disdain and discontent. Such is the case for the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. After 30 years of dictatorship rule, the Egyptian people have had enough.

Spencer Coyne Will Egypt become a democratic country?

No one knows how things will turn out in Tunisia now that the people have forced their president to resign. There is unrest in Yemen, Jordan, Syria, Iran, and protests planned across the Middle East.

More black gold!

Dear Editor;

Show some courtesy

Dear Editor;

Kind and thoughtful

Dear Editor;
Government run by big business

Government run by big business

Soaring takes your breath away

Dear Editor:
B.C. goes backwards on education

B.C. goes backwards on education

The Revolution will be Tweeted

If there was any doubt about the importance of the internet and social networking all you need to do is look at what has unfolded in Egypt over the past week. Although it is not the first time the internet and social media have been used to organize protests and rallies it may be the first time that it has been used as the staging ground of a revolution.

Anxiously awaiting

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