Never a win unless Love is within

We never truly win without love within. A victory achieved with might or hate is a short-lived, shallow victory.  Love is a vital element of our future, and seems to be in short supply in our current divisiveness. Love is not just something that happens when you are attracted to someone. When we come from a […]

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Activism among college students is not dead

GSU Signal – Aug 24, 1999 Earl A. Daniels, Staff Writer College students are being accused of being apathetic, but a closer examination shows that this view may be a myth. Critics point out that over half of 18 to 24-year-olds voted in the 1964 elections, but less than a third cast ballots in the […]

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Search for meaning

A Guest Editorial in The GSU Signal – July 27, 1999 Earl A. Daniels is a Signal staff member, and is majoring in sociology Jacob Houge is dead. The GSU student was visiting friends at the Village. It was raining that Thursday afternoon, June 24. While running from the elevator near the “turnaround” to the Olympia […]

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Tibetan Monk: ‘Time is running out’

My (only?) front page story in the GSU student Signal Newspaper I interviewed Palden Gyatso, a monk who had been emprisoned by the Chinese government. Published April 27, 1999 – Read it on their site The white scarf around his neck in the photo was a gift from me, inspired by a story in his […]

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