Archive for Tag Archives: ' College'

Comprehending the Financials of Study Abroad

College is a time like no other in the young American’s lifetime. Ripe from adolescence and inundated with choices, students are sold on the idea of possibility as they simultaneously sign up for loans and classes. [...]

Opinion: College Failing Students After the Election through Safe Spaces

In the aftermath of the election, classes have been canceled. Professors have moved due dates on projects. We have had quizzes that ask us to reflect upon why this election makes us feel unsafe and community [...]

Opinion: Honoring Our Heroes

My biggest hero has always been my grandma, Emma Marie Burger Mahaney. When I was in second grade, we had to make paper flowers for our grandparents. Having only a grandma, I made her the most [...]

Faculty Profile: Dr. Bethany Mutter

This school year, 10 academic departments welcomed a total of 12 new professors. Among those is Dr. Bethany Mutter, a communication studies visiting assistant professor. Dr. Mutter got her bachelor’s degree from Stetson University, master’s degree [...]

Opinion: Ten Worst Costumes to Wear This Halloween

With Halloween right around the corner, it seems appropriate to talk about some costumes which may be in poor taste to wear out this year. Many people unintentionally wear costumes that promote racism. They simply saw [...]

Maybe We Shouldn’t Do the Time Warp Again

It can often be hard to try to remake a movie, especially when it has a loyal fan base. Lately, many directors seem to be taking on that very challenge with mixed results. Kenny Ortega, who [...]