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Editorial: El fin

Editorial: El fin

Gage Markley May 3, 2018

The last four years have gone by in the blink of an eye, just like everyone said they would. Oddly enough, even though graduation is quickly approaching, I’m having a Kumbaya moment. There have been...

Editorial: Senioritis

Editorial: Senioritis

Gage Markley April 26, 2018

For years, people have spoken about the strange affliction that harms many graduating seniors. I am here today to confirm that senioritis is real, and I’m a sufferer. Merriam-Webster defines senioritis...

Editorial: Virtual reality of gaming

Editorial: Virtual reality of gaming

Gage Markley March 22, 2018

Living in the real world can seem lackluster in comparison to the virtual reality of gaming. The video game industry is booming and there is no sign of decline in the near future. According to the Entertainment...

Editorial: Awards shows get political

Editorial: Awards shows get political

February 15, 2018

We are in the middle of another passionate awards season. The Oscars are slowly creeping up and many people are begging the question: Do politics need to be brought into the conversation? With the hosts...

Editorial: Holiday saving is essential

Editorial: Holiday saving is essential

December 7, 2017

The holiday season is here and the countdown to Christmas has already begun. This means that there are a lot of gifts to be bought on a tight budget. Black Friday is one way of purchasing gifts early...

Editorial: Vegetarian and vegan

Editorial: Vegetarian and vegan

Gage Markley November 2, 2017

The discipline of a plant-based lifestyle is not something that should be discounted as just another “diet.” Vegetarianism and veganism have been around for centuries and trace back to Buddhist values...

Editorial: Empathy is key

October 5, 2017

Countless television shows delve into the dark spaces of life, ranging from topics of drug and alcohol abuse or to sexual assault and discrimination. These shows engage millions of people who may not be...

Editorial: Introduction

September 14, 2017

Many students leaving high school and coming into college dream about being a part of their school’s newspaper staff. The opportunity to write and edit stories at an introductory level is astronomical...

World of Wonder

Besties spill the tea in podcast

April 20, 2017

Best friends have an undeniable bond that involves humor and honesty, which is exactly what one can expect from RuPaul and Michelle Visage’s podcast, “What’s The Tee?” These two have a one-of-a-kind...

Players become heroes in popular game

Gage Markley March 30, 2017

Of the thousands of video games on the market, few remain relevant months after their release. "Overwatch" is an exception. "Overwatch" is a one-of-a-kind, first-person shooter game that emphasizes the...

Docuseries exposes Scientology

Gage Markley February 23, 2017

The Church of Scientology is one of the most mysterious religious organizations in the world. People are either unaware of the church or they only know about the major headlines and scandals associated...

Students are talking...

Students are talking…

November 17, 2016

What are your plans for Thanksgiving break? Jackie Wolf                 Caroline Izzi                 Lindsay...

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