It hasn't hit home for these students. Until their brother dies or they have to go, they don't care.

Well. The sun was out.

The smartest man in the world.

Reflective of mainstream America in many ways.

It concerns me. It concerns a lot of people, especially those who have been here for years and years.

The skills that you learn here not only prepare you for a career in journalism, they prepare you for any number of careers. We want to open up that head start to people who can really use it.

Boris Podolsky: James! How's the rat business? James Moreland: Well, actually it's mostly students I'm experimenting on now. Kurt Godel: My God, the mazes must be enormous.

IMHO looters should be shot. Nothing allows for that sort of behavior. How would you feel if it was your property being looted. Horrible I bet.

Albert Einstein: Algae? This is a color?

Catherine Boyd: I need to call a phone. Can I use your cab? Ed Walters: There's a cab in the office.

Albert Einstein: If you had had a nickel for every nickel that he has, you would have a lot of nickels.

[Showing Ed Walters a four-in-one pen] Louis Bamberger: Look at that--red, green, black! It's like having four pens in one! What a wonderful time to be alive, eh?

The idea of effecting change has been lost in the hearts of many students. Look at the war. We can try to make our voices heard but nothing is going to happen.