Zachariah Swope Staff Writer Immersive. That is the one word that comes to mind when playing Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto V, the much anticipated entry in the popular franchise. GTA V immerses you into . . .
Emily Hepner Features Writer For each month of the year there’s a ribbon to spread awareness about various happenings in our lives as humans. There are ribbons to show that someone we love is overseas . . .
Diane Gallagher Assoc. Features Editor In a technology filled world, where information is constantly at your fingertips, everyone is extremely busy and everything is evolving quickly, colleges are trying to adapt and provide students the . . .
Angie Nava Features Writer Welcome to college; a land where classes assign plenty of essays, textbook readings and tests which can make or break students. Along with academics, many students participate in sports, organizations, and . . .
Catherine Hogue Features Writer There’s a certain stigma that goes with the territory of any type of auto racing: it’s all a bunch of dirty rednecks wrenching on some grungy, greasy cars just to watch . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor “Ahoy, mateys” could be heard all around the world last Thursday, Sept. 19 as many individuals celebrated the international holiday, Talk like a Pirate Day. According to the official website, the . . .
Julia Maher Staff Writer Many freshmen come to college and are overwhelmed with everything the school has to offer. There’s a large number of people, a new living environment, and of course, tons of parties . . .
Theodore R. Griffiths Assoc. Opinion Editor Republicans in Congress are throwing a temper-tantrum over the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) again. This is the 42nd time Republicans have tried to temporarily or permanently defund Obamacare, but . . .
Brandy Andrew Staff Writer Supposedly, the pen is mightier than the sword. However, in President Obama’s case, the mighty pen and his even mightier voice seem to be all fanfare and no muscle. I would . . .