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Integrity: It’s something we should have in politics

Zachary Almond, Peace Times Writer

November 24, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Dan Forest, the GOP nominee for Lieutenant Governor, seemed to have a substantial lead over his Democrat opponent Linda Coleman. The Dan Forest campaign was bold this past election season - from the big red bus to the "Run...

Restaurant Review: Sushi O

Alexandria O'Brien-Player, Peace Times Writer

November 12, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Sushi O is a Japanese sushi bar and restauant located on 222 Glenwood Avenue. The atmosphere is great for a date night, and the wide selection allowed me plenty of opportunity to try something new. My favorite was the Crazy...

Downtown Raleigh favorite: 518 West

Maggie Wright, Peace Times Writer

November 10, 2012

Filed under Opinion

518 West Italian Restaurant is probably my favorite place to eat in downtown Raleigh. I love the atmosphere and the cozy feeling it gives you as soon as you walk through the door. The restaurant is located at 518 W. Jones St....

“Coupon” is not a dirty word

Cookie Wingfield, Peace Times Writer

November 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Couponing is often attributed to money saving moms or scrimping seniors, but not college students. “Your generation thinks it’s embarrassing to use coupons but you guys don’t know the value and the greatness of using...

What a strategy!

Zach Almond, Peace Times Staff Writer

October 24, 2012

Filed under Opinion

If Mitt Romney showed up and was not extremely aggressive in Monday night’s debate, then he has the Presidency won on November 6th. Romney showed up. I believe the American people will choose him over Barack Obama. He looked...

Round Two Presidential Brawl

Zachary Almond, Peace Times Writer

October 22, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The Presidential race is heating up in the final stretch of 2012 election season. Both candidates were geared up for last Tuesday night’s debate. After President Obama’s poor performance in the previous debate against Republican...

WPU rules are in place for a reason

Brittany Warlick, Peace Times Writer

October 18, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Since the recent transition from being an all-female college to a co-ed university, WPU has had to remind students of the conduct and honor codes on campus. A recent e-mail was sent to all students reiterating the importance of...

Restaurant review: Caffe Luna

Maggie Wright, Peace Times Writer

October 10, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Want a tasty meal for a reasonable price and great service? I got just that when I visited Caffé Luna, at 136 E. Hargett St. in downtown Raleigh. My mother and I went for lunch, and when we arrived, about 10 other people were...

Who won the debates?

Zachary Almond, Peace Times Writer

October 10, 2012

Filed under Opinion

On October 3rd, two exciting, influential and informative debates took place. First, the North Carolina Gubernatorial race candidate’s debate between Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton and former Charlotte Mayor, frontrunner Republican...

Curfew: What’s the point?

Jordan Upchurch, Peace Times Writer

September 30, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Peace has always been a school with a curfew for visitors. Upon my arrival in 2010, males were only allowed to visit until midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on the weekends, which caused a lot of conflict for us females...

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