Nathan Kernell

Presence v. Absence: The unrestricting theme to this year’s art event

2 weeks ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, assistant editor DAYTON, Tenn.—Creatively unrestricting is the best way to describe this year’s art event put on by the Department of Leadership and Culture for February 15. Student art will be displayed through any medium, and interpretation is completely left up to the artist.  This year’s theme of Presence vs. Absence Read More

“Nickel and Dimed: On (not) getting by in America” book review

3 weeks ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, assistant editor Barbara Ehrenreich’s book “Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By In America” focuses heavily on the societal issue of underpaid low-wage workers, and Ehrenreich takes investigative reporting to a whole new level by throwing herself into the low-wage work environment. Ehrenreich’s account of low-wage work and life is about Read More

“No human is limited”: Eliud Kipchoge’s journey to 1:59

3 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, assistant editor In the past, fans of long-distance running could call Eliud Kipchoge the greatest in the sport and could even rank him among the best runners ever. But Kipchoge catapulted himself to undoubtedly claim the title of best long-distance runner ever by running the first sub-2 hour marathon with a Read More

Cards Against Humanity Takes Stand Against Border Wall

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, sports and culture correspondent In a project known as “Cards Against Humanity Stops the Wall,” the popular comedic card game company has used monetary donations from over 150,000 contributors to buy a plot of land along the US/Mexico border. The company’s plans are to make the addition of a border wall Read More