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The Charcoal Pencil Epiphany

November 10, 2015

For a good portion of my life, I existed with a perpetual case of “artist’s hands”, the state of having one’s hands streaked with paint and pigment.  Before you begin to wonder how weirdly incompetent...

Let’s talk about rape

November 9, 2015

It’s a well-known fact that sexual violence is a widespread problem around the world - but most people are unaware that it happens every 21 hours on American college campuses. Now that’s something...

Staying warm in the winter: a beginners guide

November 6, 2015

So you’ve looked outside(or at a calendar), and you’ve noticed that it’s November already. The frigid 55 degree weather serves as an unfortunate testament to your growing suspicion: winter is coming...

Editor-in-Chief Ramblings: Exploring the puzzling paradox between religion and science

October 10, 2015

Disclaimer: religion is a sensitive topic, which is why I do not intentionally aim to offend anyone based on their beliefs. A Christian Scientist. I have always wondered what exactly such an oxymoron...

Anti-bullying campaigns don’t work: surprised?

October 9, 2015

As October is National Bullying Awareness Month, the effects of bullying will be drilled into students again. Since elementary school, we have been taught through multiple awareness campaigns that bullying...

Many influential female celebrities declare they aren’t feminists

May 5, 2015

We live in a society in which mass media dominates. It is easy to keep up with all that is happening in the world around us. If you or I felt so inclined, we could quite simply type in a recent world event,...

A Guide Through Dougherty’s School Lunches

May 5, 2015

Buying a lunch can be a daunting task for those who haven’t bought lunch at Dougherty Valley many times, and it all comes down to getting the right meal. You may ask: what is in a right meal? But...

Slang of the month

May 5, 2015

The Sausage Movement Making a rap with your friends where you mention the word sausage in every verse. Example: “Eggs, bacon, grits, SAUSAGE!/ “I’m a vegetarian but I still eat SAUSAGE!” Salty Being...

Observing prom etiquette for guys

May 5, 2015

Prom etiquette can be tricky, especially for first-timers. I have met people whose date has ditched them or they committed treasonous acts of betrayal (also known as dancing with another person without...

The end.

The end.
May 5, 2015

When I sat down to write my final piece of the year, I had a couple goals in mind: thank my editors, thank my staff, thank my advisor, talk about how journalism taught me so much more than how to be a...

Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act Excuses Discrimination

Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act Excuses Discrimination
May 5, 2015

Recently, Indiana propositioned the Religious Restoration Act, a law that allows a person, a group of people or a business to refuse service on the grounds of religious belief. If they are brought to court...

Will President Obama Become the Next Neville Chamberlain?

May 5, 2015

On September 30, 1938, the world rejoiced when British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain returned from a conference in Munich with Adolf Hitler, waving a slip of paper in the air proclaiming that there...

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