First Person, News You Can Use

The Online Neophyte

Posted on 03 April 2020

This first week of online learning has been a challenge. Ordinarily, knowing I have classes twice per week on campus means I am prepared to leave the house. I have a schedule for that. Get up at 8 a.m., be in front of the computer by 8:30 so I have ample time to work on […] Continue Reading…

First Person, Opinion

Stranded in Disbelief

Posted on 03 April 2020

Making the shift to online classes is not as simple as a gear shift on a car. It’s not as simple as sitting in class listening to a professor teach you. Some people use school to escape, use it as a way to get out of the house. The separation between the two is crucial […] Continue Reading…

First Person, Opinion

Quarantine Wellness: How A New Self-Care Routine Will Change Your Life

Posted on 03 April 2020

I am the first person to acknowledge how much this quarantine sucks. I don’t leave my house often, my parents work all day so, as a result, I am alone most of the time, and I’ve gotten so ahead on my work that I quite literally have “nothing to do.” After moping around my house […] Continue Reading…

First Person, News You Can Use, Opinion

Acceleration Cov101

Posted on 03 April 2020

Do you know what’s worse than a breakup? Taking online classes. Now, don’t get me wrong.  For most students, online classes are ideal; but if you are someone like me, this adjustment can become overwhelming. I don’t have to take online classes to know that they aren’t meant for me. I like to learn in […] Continue Reading…

First Person, News You Can Use

Defeating Yourself to Get Your Work Done

Posted on 03 April 2020

Each and every one of us has been impacted in some way by COVID-19. However, the way it has impacted each of us is different. Some of us have had to go back home after being on college campus, some can’t see their grandparents or other elderly relatives or friends.  Even accessing a computer has […] Continue Reading…

First Person

Productivity During the Pandemic

Posted on 03 April 2020

Every time you think about something, your thoughts don’t just disappear into time, they slowly stack on top of each other until something is done about it. Either it’s through a mental breakdown in the middle night, or it’s through becoming mindful about your thoughts. These are the days of COVID-19, where people are stressing […] Continue Reading…

First Person

Living Through the COVID-19 Pandemic: Six-Word Memoirs

Posted on 27 March 2020

What is a six-word memoir?   One of my favorite genres and a great technique for sparking writing and sharing, six-word memoirs were popularized by Larry Smith in November 2006 as a Twitter challenge that simply asked “Can you tell your life story in six words?”   You can learn more about them in this […] Continue Reading…

News, Print Editions

Read our Spring 2020 Print Magazine Online Here!

Posted on 29 January 2020

Our Spring 2020 print magazine hit campus Wednesday, January 29, 2020.   You can find it at some of the busiest locations around campus, including student lounges, the bookstore, the library, advising center, and cafeterias in both buildings. Read it online by clicking HERE

Opinion, Profiles

Passion Inspires

Posted on 10 May 2019

Teachers are often overlooked and under-appreciated. What goes by the wayside for the students is the passion that teachers have for the subject that they are teaching. Most students just want to go to school and go home, and they don’t care about the subject. All they know is that “I need to do this, […] Continue Reading…


Captain Kirk

Posted on 09 May 2019

College was something my family spoke of in high regard. It was where the smart people went to succeed and where the dumb people sought to avoid. Growing up I feared college, as I felt unworthy and too dumb to go. But after a summer of video games and a part-time job, my mother sent […] Continue Reading…