Blogs Come and Go
These include (on the right) Marquette Law School Federalist Society and Joseph Kastner’s Office of Homeland Security and leaning left (perhaps moderate left) We Live Our Lives Among Giants and Fourth Blog Politics.
Nothing personal. Students get burned out on blogging. Other people do too.
Happily, we have a new entry, Blogging in the Word from Political Science graduate student Jason Ardanowski.
This still leaves the Marquette campus with too few blogs. Particularly needed are undergraduate blogs that cover campus politics and expose the failures of the Administration.
GOP3.COM continues to do a dandy job, but there is no corresponding liberal blog, and the original three bloggers are getting older and a bit further from undergraduate life -- although Brian Collar is still an undergraduate and the other bloggers sometimes post great stuff.
Any undergraduate who wants to write and comment about campus politics (and broader politics) needs to know how much sheer fun blogging can be.
Brian Collar reminds me, in a comment, that he’s a graduate student now.
I knew that.