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New Year’s Resolutions

By: Carly Mulert ~Staff Writer~ New Year’s resolutions are something that we as college students need. It gives us a brand new start and a new goal to achieve. Coming off of winter break and jumping back into school is tough, but having a goal to work toward outside of academia can take some stress … Continue reading

When Is It Time To Take Down The Holiday Decorations?

By: Shannon Price ~Guest Writer~ It is the age-old (or perhaps just as old as Hallmark) question: when is it time to take down the holiday decorations? Is it when the carolers stop coming? Is it when flowers begin to sprout and your neighbors cease pretending they aren’t judging you? Here’s your answer: the lights … Continue reading

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By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

Surviving Finals

By: Carly Mulert ~Staff Writer~ Finals are right around the corner and everyone is stressing out about upcoming exams. Getting all the assignments done on time might seem like a lot, but here are a few tips to make the last weeks of the semester smoother.

Sheldon

By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

DIY Gifts That Don’t Suck

By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~ The key to great gift giving is giving something that’s useful and meaningful at the same time. It doesn’t matter if you’ve spent $5,000 or $5 on the gift, as long as it’s from the heart. Since we are college students, here are a few gift ideas that are easy … Continue reading

Sheldon

By: Lydia Reagan ~Feature Editor~

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

Sheldon

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

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