Back in Time: Remembering Pearl Harbor

December 6, 2017 0

Peyton Powell Staff Writer It was the early morning hours of December 7 th , 1941, when the unthinkable happened in Hawaii, causing more than 2,335 to lose their life. On this day, we remember

King storms England, takes over country

September 29, 2017 0

Peyton Powell Staff Writer On this day 951 years ago to this very day, someone stepped foot into England that would forever change their History, and make them the country they are today. That man

Celebrating “Hidden” history of America

February 9, 2017 0

Titilayo Farukuoye Staff Writer “Hidden Figures” tells the real-life story of a trio of legendary African-American mathematicians– Katherine Goble Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer), and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe), three of the

February is more than Valentine’s Day

February 3, 2016 0

Caroline J. Campbell Associate Features Editor During the month of February, stores are decorated with lace-frilled red hearts and pink paper streamers. Their shelves are amply stocked with gourmet chocolates and stuffed bears. Televisions are blaring with

The age of technology and tragedy

October 23, 2015 0

The years 1925-1945 were an age of expansion and development. During these decades, the world was introduced to many new technologies and experienced many tragedies. The events of this time period were influenced by the

Valentine's day at the campus grill

February 10, 2015 0

Julie Zook Staff Writer On February 14th, couples celebrate their time together and express how important they are to each other. Valentine’s Day is traditionally spent giving gifts and dining out with that special someone.

Spooky tales from the spirit world

October 24, 2012 0

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

Our need to honor Dr. King

March 4, 2010 0

In light of the coming and going of Black History Month, I recall a story my grandmother told me before, and of the lessons I have learned from it. On a warm May night in 1965, my grandparents sat around a table with their friends at the Golden Slipper Square Club in Philadelphia, and on stage was a man who no one will ever forget; a man who died to free others.

The Story Behind Black History Month

March 2, 2010 0

Some may argue a whole month devoted to celebrating and making people aware the history and struggle of African-Americans is irrelevant or archaic. Others may think that yes; we must embrace our widely diverse culture and learn more about our fellow Americans, listen to their story and feel their pain.

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