STORY BY MOLLY LAMOUREUX With the return of cold weather comes the return of the college student’s winter wardrobe. Your 8 a.m. class wouldn’t be complete without rushing inside from the cold sporting a scarf, boots and a pair of infamous gray, baggy sweatpants. Sweatpants have recently become a common […]
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STORY BY ANNELISE TARNOWSKI Tarnowski is a senior radio/TV production major and can be reached at email@example.com OK...
STORY BY NED LEEBRICK-STRYKER Leebrick-Stryker is a sophomore broadcast news major and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org I...
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STORY BY SEAN CALHOUN It seems to me that feminism has almost become a dirty word in some areas of our modern culture. Inherent biases against activism and societal change and modern society’s lingering sexism, lead to a marginalization of the movement, its proponents and its core tenets. I often […]Read more ›
STORY BY CARA REGAN We all know sexual assault exists, especially in the past year with colleges across the country under fire for their startling lack of policies. It is a topic that makes people uncomfortable, so it’s easy to ignore it altogether. However, what makes me uncomfortable is the […]Read more ›
STORY BY JEFF HERSHEWAY I’m not very experienced when it comes to organized exercise. Specifically running. Running was never my forte, as I have tried to structure my life to specifically exclude running like the weird kid on the playground who ate pinecones. So when the Susan G. Komen Walk […]Read more ›
STORY BY NED LEEBRICK-STRYKER Fall break is almost here, and I couldn’t be more excited. Finally, I can return to home cooked meals, sleeping in late and having a clean bathroom. But what I care the most about is access to a movie theater. I don’t have a car in […]Read more ›