Everybody hates Godzilla Life lessons from the streets to the litter box

By: Godzilla ~Senior String Major~ On an average day, I’ll wake up, look at birds outside to plot their demise, take a nap, swat at someone’s shoelace as they walk by, take another nap and stare at my toys stuck just out of reach under the couch. All introverted activities that establish my solemn nature and desire to live a quiet life. Or so I thought. It’s not an easy life for a cat, and humans haven’t made it any better especially college humans. I can’t count on one paw the number of times I just finished cleaning this one … Continue reading Everybody hates Godzilla Life lessons from the streets to the litter box

Drunk Monopoly rivets fans Exciting match extends Thomas Bell’s run of dominance

By: Jonathan Hogue ~Tree-buggin’ hippie~ If it’s Thursday, then you know it’s Drunk Monopoly night. Every Thursday, Thomas Bell, Jacko Carey, Jonathan Hogue and Scott Stratford play a Monopoly game that rivals any other competition seen in modern sports. This week’s stakes were incredibly high due to Jacko, Jonathan and Scott’s inability to beat Thomas at a game built for business majors. With the bourbon poured and the cards shuffled, the game began. Thomas has been on a recent winning streak. While his detractors argue Thomas cheats, his record speaks for itself. Thomas has won five out of seven games this … Continue reading Drunk Monopoly rivets fans Exciting match extends Thomas Bell’s run of dominance

Economic growth doesn’t mean progress

By: Jonathan S. Hogue ~Opinions & Editorials Editor~ The political season has me thinking about a few things. First, why do people support Donald Trump? Second, is there a way to stop covering all politics until the actual Election Day in November? Last, what does economic growth do for us in the long-run? The last question boggles my mind because I’m confused as to how Americans connect economics to freedom. Hear me out. We discuss economics like most citizens would discuss legitimate civic liberties. Americans equate the ability to fight for flat-screen televisions on Black Friday as a sign that … Continue reading Economic growth doesn’t mean progress