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A Day of Thanks An Essay on Creativity and Giving Thanks

By: Clare Dunn ~Guest Writer~ I think at this point in my life, I’m most grateful for my capabilities. As a fine arts major and writing minor, I think my creativity is one of my strongest characteristics. Without critical thinking, however, that creativity can be a little bit too unhinged. My education is the main … Continue reading


By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

Holiday Showdown

By: Carly Mulert ~Staff Writer~ Halloween is over, and November has begun. The fall weather is crisp, and everyone looks great and cozy in fall fashion. And the next holiday that is coming up is Christm…NO! It’s Thanksgiving! Everyone goes from “Happy Halloween!” to “Merry Christmas!” unnecessarily fast. People need to calm down with the … Continue reading


By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

The road less traveled isn’t always a bad thing Paul Fritschner sat down with Cullen Barr to discuss his journey

By: Paul Fritschner ~Staff Writer~ A mascot is one of, if not the most, recognizable cornerstones of any sports organization. However, just like walk-ons on a college basketball team, those that hold the position, those veiled by the mask, are often unknown. Their work shines, yet they rarely, if ever, receive the credit they deserve … Continue reading

Top Six Haunted Locations in Cincinnati

By: Carly Mulert ~Staff Writer~ With Halloween just around the corner, the time has come to scope out the spookiest places in Cincinnati. These aren’t the cheesy haunted houses that we all know and love, but places that are rumored to actually be haunted. While we’re no Halloweentown, Cincinnati does have quite a few ghosts … Continue reading


By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

DIY Halloween Costumes For The Broke College Student

By: Carly Mulert ~Staff Writer~ This year for Halloween, don’t be a stereotypical flannel shirt cowboy or make a feeble attempt to be Harley Quinn. Why go out and buy a costume when you could easily make one yourself with things around your dorm or house? DIY costumes are the way to go! Here are … Continue reading


By: Cornelius Thruster ~Guest Writer~ Garrison ran away last night. He left right in the middle of dinner, and for 10 whole minutes he stood in front of that large pointy building up the pathway. I would have chased him, but when I leave the porch, it causes a chain reaction: first Carl Jr. follows … Continue reading

Sheldon: Sick Day

By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

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