Opinions

Let’s Talk About Tests

5 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Let’s Talk About Tests
SHAKIRA MILLS Opinions Editor Taking tests becomes second nature for the college student after a while. However, for some odd reason, young adults avoid the one test that is most important: STD testing. I would be lying if I said the world isn’t aware of how scary STDs are, because we are, but are we Read More

School house rage

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on School house rage
JENNE JOHNSON Opinions Editor This won’t be the last time someone says this but as a person who has been in school for what seems like ages, I have to say it: I hate school. No, I am not saying I hate this institution that is my home; I just hate the idea of school. Read More

Have a spring break, not a spring fling

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Have a spring break, not a spring fling
Shakira Mills Staff Writer Spring break is right around the corner, and I want my classmates to do this vacation right. We’ve all seen the movies, television shows and other media references to crazy spring break trips where everything that can go wrong does. Be it what MTV depicts as a normal, they have crazy Read More

Criminals are not victims, they are criminals

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Criminals are not victims, they are criminals
Art Burmeister Opinions Editor With all the media centered around Steubenville, OH lately, I’ve developed a question; what is going on in this world? The two young men who were found guilty of rape and distributing nude photos of a fellow class mate last Sunday were tried as juveniles. That previous sentence had three things Read More

Put down your phone and talk to people!

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Put down your phone and talk to people!
Jenee Johnson Opinions Editor Our generation is spoiled. We have cell phones, tablets, PCs and every Apple product under the sun. With all this technology at our disposal, we have forgotten one of the most primitive and important abilities we have: verbal communication. We place less emphasis on interacting with each other in person and Read More

Too many table flipping group projects

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Too many table flipping group projects
Art Burmeister Opinions Editor The urge to grab the edge of the table and push it onto its side rises within me. I can’t do it though; there are more important things. I ask my project partners why they haven’t done their part of the project yet. Small excuses and flimsy promises are flung my Read More

Stop vandalism: Hulks don’t smash

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Stop vandalism: Hulks don’t smash
Andrew Mullen Art & Entertainment Editor There is no reason or excuse for senseless vandalism. Not to sound like a crotchety old man, but the seemingly constant stream of utterly random objects being crushed, broken, destroyed, shattered or generally mistreated is pretty pathetic and needs to stop. We as a student body live on this Read More

Party rules on campus

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Party rules on campus
Jenee Johnson Opinions Editor Have you ever heard about a party going on in village III or IV? Have you ever been turned away or kicked out of one? You want to know why? There are certain rules and common courtesies that you must know when wanting to attend a party on campus. Rule #1: Read More

You know you miss the 90s

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on You know you miss the 90s
Jenee Johnson Opinions Editor At least once in our lives, most of us said that we miss the 90s. The 90s was the best decade, mainly because most of us, if not all, were born in the 90s. Whether it was 90s television shows, basic math or the awesome fashion, we miss it because it Read More

Grabbing a smoke? Not near me!

6 years ago sdmulgrave Comments Off on Grabbing a smoke? Not near me!
Douglas Hardman Staff Writer Let the ranting begin. Smoking on campus: is it a big deal? Yeah, it kind of is, especially if students are inhaling secondhand smoke every time a smoker wants to light up. I mean, where’s the appeal? Having damaged lungs, yellow teeth, bad breath and a hole in your neck must Read More