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Still No Crisis? PDF Print E-mail
Written by The University Standard   

Over the past few weeks, Milwaukee has been at the center of attention across the state and across the country. No, it wasn’t some innovation from one of our Universities, it wasn’t a victory by one of our sports teams and it wasn’t even in lieu of some natural disaster.

Milwaukee has been the center of attention for one thing: crime.

The once thriving city of immigrants has become a city that has been taken over by thugs who think that they have the right to terrorize those of us who choose to obey the law and earn a living the hard way.

Remembering 9/11: 5 Years Later PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lorenzo Vicini   

Buildings surrounding the World Trade Center were heavily damaged by the debris and massive force of the falling twin towers.
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It was the event that defined our generation. A half decade ago, most Americans woke up to just another day while most of us were getting ready for another day at high school. The morning papers were covering the latest news on the Chandra Levy case. Just how innocent was Gary Condit? If those names don’t ring a bell, you’re not at fault – the Chandra Levy case would very rapidly disappear from headlines all over the world. The world abruptly changed on September 11th, 2001. 

What we saw that morning was unlike anything Americans had ever seen before. It hit close to home – much closer than the attack on Pearl Harbor did. We were caught off guard. 

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 October 2006 )