In his 40th and final column for The Sun, former Sun Associate Editor Tony Manfred '11 analyzes our generation's reaction to Osama bin Laden's death and, in a postscript, plays the sentimental card.
The Senate released a 650-page report attributing the 2008 financial crisis to high-risk loans, conflicts of interest and failed regulation on Wall Street; so, Sun columnist Tony Manfred '11 asks, why isn't anyone talking about it?
Tony Manfred '11 tackles the meta-issues of student activism, the campus environment and the Cornell experience.
Tony Manfred '11 weighs in on President Barack Obama's chances in the 2012 election. Let's just say the GOP doesn't have the best track record of seizing opportunity when it comes.
Sun Associate Editor Tony Manfred '11 calls on the Student Assembly to take their role on campus more seriously.
Tony Manfred '11 predicts the resurgence of niche book markets.
Sun Associate Editor Tony Manfred '11 examines the rhetoric used in the Africana debate by both the protestors and the commentators.
Tony Manfred '11 gives his thoughts on a few news stories he noticed during Winter Break.
Sun Associate Editor Tony Manfred '11 calls for Cornell to ban Goldman Sachs recruiters from East Hill.
Sun Associate Editor Tony Manfred '11 considers the meaning and value of everyone's favorite social network, Facebook.