Opinion

5 Steps to Surviving Finals Week

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Kimmy McKernie, Staff Writer Here we go Bryan College; it’s finally time to stop procrastinating and start dreading the worst week of school. Finals week brings out the worst in us, and if you’re like me, you don’t cope well with this sudden and overwhelming amount of stress. Hopefully, you’re better than me, Read More

Lunch table pals versus friends

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Emily Hutson, features editor The friendships you make in the first month at college determine more than just where you sit at lunch. These friends can either make or break your college experience. Pick the right ones and make friends for life. Pick the wrong ones and make your way through problems alone. Read More

Do you know how to read?

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-chief Although the rumor is millennials don’t read, research shows how we go through more books and blogs than past generations. But my question is, do we know how to read? That is, do we know how to read deeply? Upon further reflection of the qualifying adverb, I realized reading is Read More

Szechuan Sauce & the Failure of Postmodern Neoliberalism

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Caleb Ecarma, Staff Writer High fructose corn syrup, water, tomato paste, grape vinegar, distilled vinegar, salt, soy sauce, food starch and soybean oil. These unhealthy, unnatural and most likely not tasty ingredients make up what is called Szechuan sauce — which is what drove hundreds of thousands of crazed Rick and Morty fans Read More