Tuesday, February 5, 2008

FVSU students weigh in on Super Tuesday

Today is Super Tuesday, and by all accounts, there’s more at stake than ever before in the Presidential race between the Democratic and Republican primary candidates.

In a video segment now on YouTube and the FVSU TV website, students weigh in on who they believe is the best choice to occupy the Oval Office. Marketing and Communications Department Host Apollonia Jones and Producer Stacie Barrett provide a fresh, interesting look at student views about the race to the White House.

For photos and information about each candidate’s platform, visit the library. Posters are located on the first floor by the elevator.

Watch the video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rhHMR6aZi8 or www.fvsu.edu and click FVSU TV link at bottom left of the page.

1 comment:

Seven Star Hand said...

Hello all,

Peace requires truth, justice, and wisdom...

So, what are the chances that politics and politicians will solve anything, before creating even bigger problems?

Wisdom dictates that we let results speak for themselves, hence the instruction to "know them by their fruits" (the end-results of deeds). Now look at this sad, sordid, and chaotic excuse for a civilization, created by money, religion, and politics, and tell me again that these three "strong delusions" are good for anyone, except those in power.

A wise man once explained that insanity is often characterized by doing the same thing over and over, while expecting different results. Humanity has been struggling and suffering because of money, politics, and religion for millennia, yet ages-old evils persist and humanity's errors have grown so great that all life is now threatened with widespread destruction and/or extinction.

That brings us to the crux question !!

Here is Wisdom...