Myspace: The forgotten site

October 1, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard I was fairly late to the early 2000’s Internet game. I will never know a pre-social media world. My first real exposure to the Internet was my Neopets account. I don’t Read More

Opinion Column: Outlook outdated

September 26, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard As a prospective student touring Franklin, I was under the impression that we are a very high-tech campus that is, as the kids say, up with the times. We do have Read More

Arguing on the internet isn’t productive

April 16, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard It’s easy to engage in little arguments on Facebook. You’re relatively anonymous—especially if it’s a friend of a friend you’re arguing with – and it’s pretty low-risk as far as arguments go. Read More

Feature: Katie Burpo is a flâneur in France

March 19, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard Katie Burpo, lecturer of English, first went abroad for an extended period of time when she was a sophomore at DePauw University. The trip to Rome and Paris inspired Burpo to change Read More

Pro vs. Con: Living at home after graduation

March 19, 2015 0

Pro: Living at home offers support, saves money By Paige Clark As a little kid, you never want to leave home. And your parents are the world. When you reach middle school, you never want Read More

Sodexo Behind the Glass: Menu board inaccuracies

March 19, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard Sodexo’s cafeteria was remodeled two years ago, adding five 46-inch TV screens above each of the stations to serve as menu boards. Food Services Director Les Petroff said this is an improvement Read More

Pro vs. Con: Semester internships

March 13, 2015 0

Pro: Internships allow for professional growth By Olivia Covington Let me tell you something: college goes fast. One day you’re a brand new freshman walking on Dame Mall for the first time, and then Read More

Assistant director of admissions is a clogging queen

March 7, 2015 0

By Caitlin Soard and Kaitlyn Short, Amanda Eaton, the assistant director of admissions, has been dancing since she was five. She said she started off doing ballet and “basics of everything,” which is how she Read More

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