Gaming as a Career?

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Written by: Jonathan Ecarma, staff writer Ten years ago, gaming couldn’t be a career. It was just a hobby. But gaming has grown. With yearly prize pools for a single game, being as much as $100,000,000. It’s more than just a career to some people. It’s their life. Even though professional gaming (eSports) has been Read More

The power of the mind and what it means to lose it

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, Assistant Editor  “Not again God. This hurt is all too familiar. Why him? I don’t want another person I love to forget me, to forget themselves, to become a shell of the person they once were, a stranger in their own body.” These were the thoughts running through my mind as Read More

The 5 Second Rule: Monkey Town Brewing Co. (Dayton, TN)

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Written by: Devin Burrow, Audio Division Head “Do you guys want to try the best wings in town?” I asked my hallmates Josh Bianchi and James Barber. Bianchi is a Chicago native, accustomed to food in a big city context. Barber, Bianchi’s roommate, tagged along because he wanted to experience more of Dayton. When you Read More

Senior Profile: Julia Jones and the call of Apostle Paul

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, campus editor  Julia Leigh Jones has learned in her 22 years of life about the difference between serving others in the name of Christ and serving yourself. She learned this lesson from the Apostle Paul in Philippians 1:21-24:“For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. If I Read More