By Mathias Altman-Kurosaki Staff Writer Students visited the Education Building Room 212 to learn that the College has a lot more diversity than meets the eye— the room was full of students studying at the College […]
Students gathered eagerly to listen to advice from an accomplished writer, a career path that most of the audience members aspired to pursue, as he read excerpts from his published works and divulged on the creative process that has lead to his success in fiction writing. […]
With this latest full-length project, we can bear witness to the aftermath of Redd’s public heartbreak and the music that inspired it as he jumps back-and-forth between desperately craving the company of his former lover and wishing her good riddance. […]
In the ninth installment of the Fall 2018 Faculty Lecture Series, the School of Arts and Communication showed a presentation titled, “What Shapes Human Rights Coverage? What Journalists Wish They Had Learned in College,” in the Mayo Concert Hall on Nov. 16.
It’s that time of day again –– time for me to go to the gym. Familiar thoughts suddenly pervade my mind. “You know what, I’m tired. I don’t need to go to the gym today. I just don’t have time. I worked hard all day and I have an exam tomorrow. […]
Abortion should not be used simply as a tool to promote dialogue for the sake of what can only be described as the College’s tokenizing of a woman-centered issue. This is especially true at a college like our own that consistently cites “student safety” concerns when implementing policy after policy. […]