Zachary Staab National and World News Editor The third and final debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney occurred on October 22 in Boca Raton, Florida at Lynn University. Bob Schieffer, Chief Washington Correspondent, was . . .
Christine Illes Features Writer Are you looking for a great horror movie to watch this Halloween season? There are plenty of horror movies out there, but it is pretty difficult for us to get scared . . .
Nicole Schaffer Features Writer Rather than purchasing a Halloween costume this year, consider looking no further than your own closet. Many ordinary clothes you wear on a daily basis can be transformed into a creative . . .
Diane Gallagher Features Writer Every October, carved pumpkins appear as a festive fall decoration. The ghoulish glow of jack-o’- lanterns on Halloween night light the way like a beacon, inviting trick-or-treaters to come collect sweet . . .
Ali Chiavetta Features Writer It’s that fabulous time of year again, when the most delicious foods seem to come out of hiding and appear in grocery stores and cafés everywhere. If fruit flavored treats are . . .
Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor Bats, spiders, ghouls, and monsters. Around Oct. 31, these creatures and so many more appear as decorations on porches and in shop windows as the country gears up for a . . .
Danielle Weaver Features Writer One in two new college graduates is underemployed or unemployed. Young college grads are “heavily represented” in jobs that require a high school diploma or less, according to the “New York . . .
Erica Maxwell Features Writer Everywhere you look in this day in age you see people with some sort of body art: tattoos, piercings, or both. Tattoos have become a way in which many express themselves. . . .
Aaron Sanders Opinion Writer Dr. Farkas’ Reading & Writing For Civic Engagement Class (ENGL 342) and Volunteer Central are having a campuswide class project: students in the course will collect clothing for the Water Street . . .
Marissa Incitti Features Editor Ever study for a test for hours and get a lower grade than the person who skimmed their notes just before the test? It’s not you; it’s how you’re studying. According . . .