Let’s redefine ‘cybering’

In the 90s, ‘cybering’ referred to the non-exchange of bodily fluids kind of sex – internet sex.  Moreover, it involved a connection between individuals across any distance, a rarity in the age of pre MySpace.  But hey, who really uses the word ‘cybering’ anymore? With the cyber space littered with hundreds of social networking sites…

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Fans are not just for tradition

In the social networking world, you probably have a Facebook. And if you’re here reading this, you probably know who we are. So join our Facebook fan page and show your support for great student journalism, photography, art, design, culture, alternative media, and the minority community: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2200053481#/pages/Pacific-Ties/41289306063?ref=ts And if you show us some love, we’ll…

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Swatting the WASPY.gov

We featured Don Nakanisi, director of the Asian American Studies Center last quarter in our feature story: Activism Through Education.  Nakanishi has a great interview in an AP story on Salon.com titled: Asian-American Political Profile Rising in the U.S. “Many people of Asian descent have stepped beyond their national identities to develop a pan-Asian perspective,…

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