Archive for Lifestyles

Racism: A problem from the past or a glare in the present

October 2, 2009 Comments

Eboni Lacey

It is nearly 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” and 60 years after the Brown vs. Board ruling that desegregated all schools in the United States and we nor have a President with African descent. With all of this, who would think that racism could still be a problem? […]

You are what you eat

September 25, 2009 Comments

Ryan Scroggins

Busy school and work schedules often leave students with little time to eat. Students often find themselves grabbing a sugary soda and candy bar, or fast food, to provide the energy needed to make it through their busy days. High calorie intake like this may provide instant energy, but students end up missing out on […]

Vaccinations: The Good, the Bad and the Poison

September 25, 2009 Comments

Eboni Lacey

Did you know that a little over a year ago, a college student died of bacterial meningitis? This is the same meningitis that students prevent every year when they choose to get a meningitis vaccination shot. Before entering college, a student must undergo a physical and receive the required shots needed before they can attend […]

Dorm Room Tune: Daniel Cole

September 17, 2009 Comments

Eboni Lacey

Have you ever wondered what your voice sounds like? Maybe you are a closet singer looking for a chance to hear your own voice. Or maybe you rap and are looking for somebody that can create crazy beats.  For whatever reason you might want your voice recorded, look no further than Scanlon Hall, because freshman […]

Reviewer of free online game finds flexible play time fun

September 17, 2009 Comments

Daniel Donan

There are a certain class of gamers out there in the wide world of the Web that are not driven by games that are based solely on rapid reflexes and gratuitous grinding. These people still seek stimulation when it comes to surfing the Internet. They seek a challenge to their intellectual process, a certain something […]