Kayla Forgrave Features Writer “Make it worth something, kid.” These are words of wisdom Rosie O’Donnell gave in one of her interviews referring to her heart attack. O’Donnell had suffered a prolonged heart attack, failing . . .
Christine Illes Features Writer Despite what students are taught in high school, there are many college students that smoke tobacco. According to ABC News, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health surveyed more than . . .
Erica Maxwell Features Writer Every student that sets foot on a college campus is faced with the temptation to consume alcohol, usually in large quantities. Many college campuses in the nation have taken on the . . .
Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor What with homework, extracurricular activities, jobs, and a social life, a lot of college students find themselves sorely lacking in one area: sleep. To add insult to injury, many people . . .
Hayley Addessa Features Writer “What do we tell you?” This was the question posed by Dr. John C. Cavanaugh, a prominent researcher on Alzheimer’s disease and chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education . . .
Ali Chiavetta Features Writer Maybe it’s your first birthday away from home, or maybe you’ve been celebrating your big day without the rest of your family for a few years now. Either way, celebrating your . . .
Danielle Weaver Features Writer More and more, college students who identify themselves as a part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/transsexual, questioning/queer, intersex, and allies/androgynous/asexual (LGBTQIA) community, are choosing a university that is LGBTQIA friendly. . . .
Julie Raffensperger Associate Features Editor What do stockings, nail polish, staple removers, soda can tabs, bread clips, and toilet paper rolls have in common? They all provide small, unexpected ways to eliminate stress from your . . .