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Friendship: a season, a reason or a lifetime

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

September 5, 2019

Throughout life you will cross paths with thousands of people, some of whom will be strangers you may never see again after that first instance, others may come for a moment and leave the next but, if you are fortunate enough,...

Worry about your future, don’t rush back to play

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

September 5, 2019

Football is a game filled with aggression, violence and a whole lot of testosterone. There rarely is a game of football played on any level — high school, college or professional — where someone doesn’t get knocked around...

Embracing and transforming with the college struggle

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

August 30, 2019

With  another semester of college just beginning, I’ve seen anxious but excited new faces fill Baldwin Hall, each person looking forward to the next four years. When you’re a first-year, many tears are shed with many go...

Swift soars with new album ‘Lover’

Kelsey Evans, Photographer

August 30, 2019

You could call me a “Lover” of Taylor Swift’s new album, released on Aug. 23, 2019. Once again, Swift has curated an amazing album after her surprising, yet successful, release and tour for her previous album “Reputat...

Make Americans understanding again

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

August 30, 2019

With tension within U.S. politics boiling over, a controversial president tweeting out messages by the minute and dozens of democratic candidates throwing each other under the bus every day, the mainstream media has lost control...

A letter to heaven

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

August 23, 2019

Everyone has a role model. It could be a friend, a family member or even a celebrity, but everyone has someone they look up to. My role model passed away on Sept. 17, 2018, and since then everything has been different. ...

Champions deserve compensation, USWNT continues to fight battle

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

August 23, 2019

This summer in France, at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team held the world on notice as they brought home their fourth World Cup title in the heat of the Equal Pay for Equal Play movement. ...

USWNT is compensated by an unlikely suitor

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2019

In the realm of athletics, income is usually based on the amount of revenue one’s team brings in per year. Common sense would tell you that the earnings per player on a World Cup-winning soccer team would be greater than a team...

Memes: a cultural phenomenon with dangerous, powerful implications

Shane Ostrom, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2019

Memes. It seems like just last year the internet was fixed on Bad Luck Brian, Scumbag Steve, Philosoraptor, Success Baby and Rage Comics — primitive meme archetypes with very specific applications, generally used to convey...

A letter from the editor

Marley Parish, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2019

Having covered everything from the hiring of administration and faculty members, curriculum changes, breaking news, sporting events, sustainability goals, alumni features and guest speakers, this is one topic I have never wri...

A letter from the editor

Marley Parish, Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2019

Having covered everything from the hiring of administration and faculty members, curriculum changes, breaking news, sporting events, sustainability goals, alumni features and guest speakers, this is one topic I have never writt...

Democrats are poised to underestimate Trump on the campaign trail — again

Shane Ostrom, Opinion Editor

April 20, 2019

2020 is just around the corner and has the potential to bring with it the most absurd, unconventional and dangerous presidential campaigning the United States has ever seen. It is no secret Donald Trump will stoop to incredi...

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