Kevin Sheneberger



Our generation needs a Bob Dylan

Saturday night, about 9 or 10 p.m., I stood next to my father in Bender Arena, listening to a now fossilized icon of a culture and social climate that we can now only understand with archeological accuracy. "Oh, where have you been, my blue-eyed son? Oh, where have you been, my darling young one?" As Bob Dylan wrestled these tired words from his aging throat, I remember thinking, "My thoughts exactly.


The deadly politics of power

Liberal columnist Kevin Sheneberger: "No, God is not dead. In fact, last time I checked, He was assisting John Kerry with his recent sweep in the Tuesday primaries. American University, despite its best efforts with the CLEG program, often fails to introduce cross-academic intellectual pursuits and analysis when it so benevolently bestows upon us our $32,000-education. As a result of this void, we find action without passion, passion without depth, and politics without philosophy. It is my humble hope that, through introducing a pinch of philosophical support for my ideas, I might aid in the growth of inter-academic relations."


Uncivil christianity

Guest Columnist Kevin Sheneberger reacts to the use of religious references to justify intolerance in the previous editorial entitled "A problem with Adam and Steve"

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