Tobia - Philadelphia Inquirer (KRT)
New York City firefighter places a cross honoring his fallen
colleagues on a makeshift memorial set up on a fire truck
near the World Trade Center ruins Thursday.
gives football team rest
Injured players get time to recuperate
The TCU football
team was supposed to play Marshall Saturday, a team that has won
four straight Mid-American Conference titles and has notched a 59-10
record in the past five seasons.
Wilson - Philadelphia Inquirer (KRT)
York City Firefighter Patrick Parrott lights
candles at one of the makeshift
memorials set up throughout the city honoring those who
died in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center
and rescue workers who were trying to help them.
couples still not fully accepted, some say
By Jacque Petersell
one time, interracial relationships were thought of in terms of
black and white, but Linda Moore, the associate dean of the College
of Health and Human Sciences, said the issues involving interracial
dating extend further than two skin colors.
See a related
commentary by Angie Chang.
movies portraying more biracial couples
By Jordan Blum
years, interracial relationships were forbidden on television
in dramas, comedy sitcoms and even advertisements.
LaVar Veale and Robin Devoe, both senior theater and RTVF majors,
take a stab at fencing Wednesday.
multiple personalities of Ben Folds
New record makes for intelligent listen
by Jack Bullion
There have always
been two sides to Ben Folds. On the one hand, he’s the sensitive,
remorseful relationship killer that shows up on slow, pathetic songs
like the breakout hit “Brick.” On the other, he’s the raucous, sarcastic
clown who likes to cuss, beat his piano with his fists and happily
point out everyone’s tragically hilarious character flaws — including
his own — in song.
most prestigious night
Primetime Emmy Awards honors televisions
By David Reese
In the world
of television, the Emmy Awards are known as the most prestigious
recognition in the field for actors, directors, writers and technicians.
After numerous years of complaints by industry insiders and viewers
that there are a select few that continue to dominate in the categories
year after year, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences began
a new voting system last year to allow more voter participation
within the television community.