Editorial: The age of anxiety

October 12, 2017 0

College could do more to support students with anxiety You’re sitting in class when you notice your hands start to shake and your heart is pounding. Colors and sounds become vivid around you, and it Read More

Be a (real) good neighbor

September 28, 2017 0

The college works to end sexual assault, but are students ready to accept positive change? On my third day at Franklin, I, along with other incoming freshmen, was instructed to view the “Be A Good Read More

Griz Nights just sanctioned parties

September 28, 2017 0

Opinion Editor Christina Ramey explains why Griz Nights aren’t for her What sounds more intriguing: a party on Dame Mall or a night out on the town in Indy? For me, the answer would be Read More

Confederate Trouble

September 14, 2017 0

Erasing history or recognizing racism’s glorification? In my second year of grade school, I learned for the first time about the Civil War and end to slavery. What I learned were the efforts of many Read More

Millennials more than stereotypes

September 14, 2017 0

Millennials work hard for rewards, aren’t ‘killing’ anything As Facebook gets taken over more and more by older generations, it has become the hot place to bash millennials. Almost every week there is a new Read More

College should be made more affordable

April 27, 2017 0

College is expensive. That is a fact we all know to be true, and it happens to be the reason why people across the country are pushing for tuition-free public college.  Earlier this year, New Read More

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