Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Positive News for Sept. 9th- Sept. 15th

YALE STUDENT MAY PROVIDE GRISHAM NOVEL PLOT

A 24-year old female graduate student could be the inspiration for a new John Grisham novel pending the involvement of her prestigious Ivy League university. The ease of Annie Le’s inter-student relationships within university buildings may provide Grisham fans with the legal thrills they crave as the reasons for Le’s lifestyle change continue to surface. The story itself, focusing primarily on the responsibilities a university must undertake for the overall well-being of its students could be aided further by adopting Grisham’s 2-word title pattern: the student. [click here for silver lining: "Yale Student’s Slaying An Inside Job?”]


KANYE WEST PIONEERS AWARD SHOW OPEN FORUM 

The standard structure of the MTV Video Music Awards has changed from a scripted award show to an improvised celebrity open forum thanks to the unceasing innovation of hip-hop’s Kanye West. During an evening that could have been remembered as just the music industry’s night honoring Michael Jackson, West challenged the rules again this time by sharing his opinion on an award’s outcome while its winner was attempting to accept it. Although the VMA’s producers, musicians, and fans were caught off-guard by West’s eye for innovation, the open forum may one day inject legitimacy into the VMAs by offering an opportunity to discuss the artistic principles behind a good video rather than the artist’s popularity.  [click here for silver lining: “West Disrupts Swift’s Speech; Tribute To MJ”]


MAN ATTEMPTS TO SPEED UP LEGAL SYSTEM

A Michigan man must wait for another opportunity to aid the state’s legal system after his attempt for a swift end to the justice process fell short of the mark.  Harlan Drake remained in correctional custody for less than 72 hours before seizing the chance to leap-frog due process in favor of a more traumatic, yet stream-lined method of justice. Drake’s attempt to skirt the legal process comes at an appropriate time as Michigan’s strain on financial means could expect to welcome any/all cuts in judicial spending. [click here for silver lining: “Suspect in Mich. Murders Attempts Suicide”]

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