Column: Paul George’s return

November 13, 2015 0

By Ben Brown Even with a 0-3 start the Indiana Pacers and fans have to be excited about this season. Paul George did not play a single game for the team last season, but right Read More

Column: The Force Awakens a galaxy of fans

October 28, 2015 0

By David Allspaw The seconds could not tick by quickly enough. I glanced at the game clock at the bottom of the screen. ‘C’mon,’ I pleaded. ‘Just run the ball and get to the Read More

Column: Hi! Welcome to Starbucks

October 28, 2015 0

By Megan Powell Hi welcome to Starbucks. What can I get started for you today? These are the words that can turn a bad day into a somewhat better day in a matter of Read More

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

The horrors of cotton swabs

September 30, 2015 0

By Dannielle Blunt If we aren’t supposed to use cotton swabs to clean our ears, why do they exist? Why, when my ears need to be cleaned, does my mom direct me to the box Read More

Colts Season ending before it begins

September 26, 2015 0

By Max Bomber After a semi-embarrassing loss to the Buffalo Bills last weekend and another hard-fought loss on Monday night, I wonder what am I going to do after the season ends prematurely. Originally Read More

Back to the Future for the Cubs

September 11, 2015 2

By Megan Powell One of my favorite movie scenes is in Back to the Future II when Marty McFly is standing outside by the town’s clock tower in 2015 with Doc Brown. The two Read More

Making racing SAFER

March 6, 2015 0

By Seth Morin We can all agree that auto racing is dangerous. Just look at the number of injuries and fatalities and compare it to any other sport. There is no comparison. The introduction Read More

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