Column: Balancing sports and academics

November 30, 2017 0

Tips on how to be successful chasing multiple activities Balancing academic and athletic responsibilities is always tough, but it can be done.  Regardless of what you are studying or what sport you are playing, there Read More

Students shouldn’t fear college

November 9, 2017 0

Halloween has come and gone, but for college students, fear is still alive. “College puts the fear of life into real perspective on a daily basis,” senior Levi Coons said.        College itself Read More

Fear of flu vaccines unneeded

November 8, 2017 0

Students should consider vaccination benefits over risks While historians would say we are living in the information age, some items on the internet would beg to differ.  Misinformation is a real issue. When it invades Read More

Column: Are co-ed sports teams feasible?

November 8, 2017 0

Study shows physical gap between male and female student athletes  The NCAA has 90 national championships yearly, with 41 men’s sports and 46 women’s sports. About 460,000 athletes compete across Division I, II and III Read More

The Last Word: Graduate School

April 20, 2017 0

Take a year off and relax before grad school By Christina Ramey When I think of going to graduate school, I’m met with a variety of emotions. I’m excited. I’m worried. I’m scared.  Don’t get Read More

Opinion: Final exams vs. Final projects

December 2, 2016 0

 With finals coming up, which is better? Doing a final exam or doing a final project? These columnists weigh in. All the work, minus the test anxiety By Matt Thomas I’ve never been one to Read More

Pro vs Con: Students and charities

November 18, 2016 0

During the holidays, people are encouraged to donate to those less fortunate than them. But what if you don’t have much money to spare? These columnists weigh in. Students should donate money and time By Read More

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