Is this seat saved? Students find it difficult to locate study space in ASH

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor If you have ever had class in Arts and Sciences Hall, then you have probably observed a lack of study-friendly...

Trump’s unfit to lead the nation: His not-so-presidential behavior during inquiry shows why

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR In United States history, some presidents have been involved in scandals that are severe enough to be considered impeachable offenses. Yet, the behavior...

Anna’s best friend: the miraculous story of a Houston rescue pup

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER According to a quick Google search for the name “Balto,” the word found its meaning in the definitions “bold” and “brave,”...

Sanders highlights Clinton’s inability to relate to Midwest

Phil Brown OPINION EDITOR When the doors to high school gymnasiums were shut, the exhausted volunteers headed home, the final results came as a surprise to...

Vaping devices pose a threat to young students

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Despite the falling use of cigarettes amongst young people, nicotine consumption is still on the rise. Vaping devices have given young people...

The end of empires

In 1989 when the Berlin Wall came down, the world celebrated the birth of a new order. For nearly 70 years, the Soviet Union dominated half of Europe and spread the ideology of totalitarian communism throughout the world. Its empire extended across the world, influencing governments through its military and diplomatic power in Africa, Asia and Central America.


Thoughts on the new John Paul II Newman director from a concerned resident

Rev. Dan Andrews is going to be the new director of the John Paul II Newman center, and his Twitter history...