Kristin Donaldson Staff Writer The mundane, ordinary task that some of us have been doing since our teens or even early childhood has been deemed an adult over achievement by the term “adulting.” Adulting is . . .
Carl E Schulz Staff Writer In the wake of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students and staff dead, Americans once again began the cyclical routine we . . .
PSECU Contributing Writer If a stranger approached you on the street, what would you tell them about yourself? Would you rattle off your full name, date of birth, mailing address, phone number and the names . . .
Ali Chiavetta Features Writer “But first, Let me take a selfie!” Do these lyrics sound familiar? Our culture is chock-full of phrases, acronyms and slang that all reflect ourselves. This issue is especially prevalent in . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Very often, social media sites like Facebook and Twitter serve as public diaries, where the rest of the world is subject to hearing about your everyday rants and mishaps—along with what . . .
Catherine Hogue Staff Writer With technology making the leaps that it has, a sort of Age of Narcissism has dawned on our society with the introduction of the ‘selfie’ into the mainstream. People have turned . . .
Danielle Weaver Features Writer “I saw it on Pinterest!” is quickly becoming a common phrase. Since it launched beta testing in March 2010, Pinterest has become the third most popular social media website in the . . .
Aaron Sanders Staff Writer We all love them: social media platforms which allow us to express ourselves. However, in 2012 social networks have been employed for political campaign purposes. We live for those to like . . .