How does the government shutdown affect college students?

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Written by: Devin Burrow, Politics and Culture Editor As of January 12, the government shutdown of 2019 has become the longest in U.S. history, leaving the public, college students in particular, wondering how this could affect their daily lives. On this 32nd day of the shutdown (January 22), with the new year beginning, most postsecondary Read More

“Sometimes”: Paul Miller on The Praying Life

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief Everyone has that dirty little secret. No one flosses. When we’re on the chair and they ask if we’ve flossed, we respond with “Yes,” if we’re committed to the secret; or, we respond with “Sometimes,” if we have five or six times in the past six months; or, we respond Read More

How to Succeed as a Student Athlete

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Written By: Rylee Evans, writer Being a college athlete is an experience of a lifetime. You get to be mentored by trained coaches, play with experienced players and travel to play the sport you love. However, you will also be faced with some hard decisions and situations. Here are some tips on how to succeed Read More

To Miss Oliver: an obituary of a walking poet

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief I had just met Miss Oliver. She had taken me on walks through forests and even swamps, pointing out this and that. Those walks were slow, and there weren’t many words; but when there were, they counted. And I always understood what she said. I may have had to mouth Read More