With the winter formal coming up, I thought the guys on campus could use some pointers on how to ask a friend to a dance. Guys, here are some things that are just not going to work.
Brad Stine doesn’t like Valentine’s Day. Neither do I.
Brad, the comedian who performed for last weekend’s Corban Experience, pointed out, with humor, that Valentine’s Day is a sham. Love is not measured in flower petals, candy boxes or diamonds.
An extremely attractive young friend recently shared with me that boys (“not men,” she specified) were “hitting on” her.
“Uglify yourself!” I urged.
I used to dream of working at Disneyland. At the time, I was young, slim, unwrinkled and had dark hair. Snow White would have been a dream job.
As you can see, Hilltop Online has been revamped into what you’re now seeing, the Hilltop News blog. In the semester ahead, we will be trying out new content, more stories, and multimedia. Here’s where you come in. We want your interest, your input, and your involvement.
Some people love teaching junior high school. I am not one of them.
Okay, so Asian restaurants seem like they’ve taken over the food industry a bit. You have your typical Thai place, your Sushi joint, and your local Chinese restaurant. They seem to be on every block in Salem, but only one place serves multiple kinds of Asian cuisine – Soba Asian Bistro in downtown Salem. The […]
Kelsey Shields Yearbook Editor “You can do better than me, but I can’t do better than you.” Although filled with thoughtfully self-deprecating lyrics such as these, when paired with their uniquely upbeat melodies, Death Cab for Cutie pleases my listening ears. Their newest album, “Narrow Stairs,” was released in May. Death Cab is comprised of […]
Prof. Bob Mathisen Guest Writer Should Christians be single-issue voters? Should a Christian (or, for that matter, any voter) vote for a candidate exclusively on one issue, to the voter’s wholesale neglect of or disregard for the candidate’s position on a wide range of issues? I do not believe it is wise to do so. […]