Opinion

The importance of gratitude in the midst of pain

11 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Samantha Burgess, assistant editor It’s not fair. My job is miserable and overwhelming, I have way too many assignments and extracurriculars, my parents are struggling. How am I supposed to deal with this, God? This was my attitude up until a few weeks ago. I was overwhelmed and, admittedly, ungrateful. But as Christians, Read More

Can we actually finish the semester?

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-chief We’re all here one way or another. Here being the point in the semester where nothing seems to be enough. It’s no longer enough to drink excessive amounts of coffee, no longer enough to turn the music louder or even enough to will our way to the end. And these Read More

Understanding the Distrust between the Public and the CIA

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-chief Students filled the Rhea County room to hear a woman who spent her life serving the secretive organization known as the CIA. After her talk, a student raised his hand and asked how she navigated moral dilemmas because as a CIA agent she would have to face many moral gray Read More

Travel article: Lexington, Tenn.

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Devin Burrow, staff writer Lexington, Tenn. — Settled between Memphis and Nashville in western Tenn., Lexington is home to an 83-year-old theater, a man-made lake and some of the South’s best pulled pork barbecue. But that is not all that makes Lexington special to those living in the community. Perhaps Lexington’s most historic Read More