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Valentines Day is not overrated

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

Valentine’s Day does not have to always be filled with teddy bears, red roses, and heart-shaped chocolates; it can simply be a day to show your loved ones how much you care about them. Valentine’s Day tends to receive a negative reputation from all the singles out there. Some may argue that it is ...

Point/counterpoint: Is Christmas celebrated too early?

Point/counterpoint: Is Christmas celebrated too early?

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

The Christmas season is typically known for the bright lights weaved around every house, the joyful holiday music blaring on the radio, and an assortment of baked goods displayed on the dining room table. Christmas may be favored by millions around the world, but is it celebrated too early? This...

Point/counterpoint: Hallmark movies

Anna Myers and Nadine Loureiro

December 12, 2018

‘Tis the season for cheesy plot-lines Anna Myers Christmas season. It means a little something different to everyone, but there is one tiding of joy that all can partake in: Hallmark movies.   And you don’t even have to read the movie synopsis to know what it is going to be about! You c...

Thanksgiving Traditions are here to stay

Thanksgiving Traditions are here to stay

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

When thinking of Thanksgiving, the first images that come to mind are of friends, family and generous amounts of home-cooked meals arranged on the table. One of the most iconic traditions during this holiday is the food. Whether it is baking a pumpkin pie, mixing mashed potatoes or roasting a turke...

Day focused on human connection adds appreciation to any relationship

Mia Irvin, Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018

The time of the year when heart-shaped candy takes to the shelves is upon us yet again and we are faced with a crucial decision: do we embrace the season of love and buy all the big teddy bears we can carry, or do we cross our arms and scowl at the cupids and the sweetheart candies? It is easy to be b...

Democratic debates stay on track

Mug shot of News Editor Nathan Tucker.

Nathan Tucker, A&E Editor

November 9, 2015

It is an understatement to say the Democratic debate was better than the three fiascoes the Republicans have broadcasted in as many months. It falls into the category of gross understatement, the “only a flesh wound” kind of understatement, utterly ignoring what a low bar the GOP candidates have...

Advanced mathematics is time-consuming and impractical for most

Nathan Tucker, A&E Editor

December 19, 2014

I’ve got 99 problems and all of them are math. A final is on the way, test corrections turned in, the problems on the review sheet reach up to heaven. The sheer amount of arithmetic is astounding. Still, students are told that all this has a greater purpose, some “real world application.” ...

Lets talk about math

Dayna Miller, Opinion's Editor

December 15, 2014

“When are we gonna use this in real life?” Student’s always cry when math teachers bring out new content to learn. Math is one of the least-liked subjects on campus, but it’s one of the most practical classes offered. Math skills are needed in all disciplines, from art to computer science. Those...

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