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My thanks for The 48 Hour Film Festival

April 2, 2015 Comments

Mason Marshall

Last weekend, I was part of an amazing experience. I got to cover the 48 Hour Film Festival, where I learned the process of movie-making and all of the hard work that all of the groups put into their projects. The films they made were only seven minutes long, so I couldn’t imagine what a […]

Keys to a healthier lifestyle

March 30, 2015 Comments

Christina Ruark

As you make your way to the school campus, one of the things that you will see along the Belt Highway is a fast-food place or a spot such as Starbucks to pick up your morning wake-up juices. Whenever you want to eat on campus, students will usually buy the cheapest items and also the […]

Mocktail party encourages student binge drinking

March 28, 2015 Comments

Brent Rosenauer

We’ve all encountered it in one fashion or another. We’ve each been to a party, been offered a drink or been around alcohol in some form or another. Drinking is commonplace in the adult world. But for some strange, unknown reason, college is where true alcoholics are born; where “binge drinking” was formally made a […]

One simple question

February 26, 2015 Comments

Nick Ingram

As a senior for my final semester, I needed to be in an internship as a practicum for my major. At first, I didn’t think it was a big deal, just find a place that could tolerate me for 10 hours a week. However, I did not realize it would be possibly one of the […]

Find better role models

February 19, 2015 Comments

Nick Ingram

I may not be “cool” or “part of the scene” but I cannot stand the people that gain so much media attention for doing nothing special. These people include the Kardashians, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Amber Rose, the Teen Moms and whoever else seems to be headlining news across the country. What have […]

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