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‘Big 3’ enter big feud

  By Nadia Paschal Whether you’re the biggest fan of rap, into celebrity drama or have just checked any of your social media accounts this week, chances are you’ve heard about the feud going on between rappers Kendrick Lamar and Drake. With...

Is college worth the high prices?

  By Victoria Campbell  College prices and the overall impact it has on college students continue to rise. The price comparison between the 1960s and 2024 is exceptionally high. The average total cost of a four-year college in 1963 was roughly $11,000...

Lightning round film reviews

By Kolin Kriner    To close out movie reviews for this semester, I wanted to do something a little different. Throughout the week I’ve taken the opportunity of some down time. I had to watch multiple movies and decided to wrap...

To the class of ‘28

Opinion Editor Nadia Paschal asked students around campus what advice they wanted to share with the class of 2028.   Lucy Allen: senior T-V video production major “When it comes to academics and your passions and stuff, just follow them. Don’t be...

‘13 going on 30,’ 20 years 

  By Kolin Kriner “13 Going On 30,” directed by Gary Winick, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. With that, I wanted to take the opportunity to take a deep dive into the true theme hidden behind this fun and ditzy...

Outside view on U.S. culture 

  By Victoria Campbell Americans are stereotyped to be more selfish compared to other cultures. A reason for why Americans might be perceived this way is that they tend to be more individualistic, which causes the impression of selfishness.  The United States...

Speaking out against mental health stigma

  By Victoria Campbell Mental health is a sensitive topic in our society. Some openly talk about it, some ignore it and some think struggling is a sign of weakness. Discomfort in speaking about mental health does have a connection to...

April highlights ending sexual violence

  By Nadia Paschal April — Sexual Assault Awareness Month — is a time for survivors and those passionate about fighting the issue to come together and rally support for the cause.  Dedicating a whole month to the topic shines a brighter...

Art helps healing and processing feelings

Art student Abraham Nunez in the Nina Winkel Sculpture Court   By Victoria Campbell Expression and an outlet are why some people do art. It allows people to express emotions without speaking. Art can have several benefits, two examples being it can help...

Balancing school and work

  By Victoria Campbell Time management can be a huge struggle, but in college it is crucial to manage your time while wanting to do outside activities.   Balancing school and the college experience can be difficult, whether that’s because of partying, schoolwork...
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