No one really knows what they’re doing – and that’s OK

Student discusses mid-semester blues and the college major crisis  Draven Jackson Arts and Living Editor It’s that time of year again: time for the existential crises and questioning every decision you’ve ever made. Or at least time to wonder if you’re on the right path with your current major.  It’s an understandable dilemma that almost everyone Read More

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Student discusses benefits of required fine arts classes

Olivia Nobles Contributor Though it may seem like a useless requirement for every college student to have to take a fine arts class to complete his or her undergraduate degree, it is important for students to try and see the value of their more artistically inclined classes. As a fine arts minor, I may seem biased Read More

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Column: Super Bowl commercials – the good, the bad, and the ugly

Jill Odom Sports Editor Commercials – they’re the things people spend most of their time trying to avoid at all costs and yet, they are capable of attracting folks who haven’t watched a single down of football to tune in to the Super Bowl. Some brands have become legendary for their representation during the big game, Read More

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Column: Battle of the West Coast: Super Bowl XLVII

Ryan Lee Staff Writer   With Seattle’s huge win over San Francisco this past Sunday, 23-17, the Seahawks will be meeting the potent offense of Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos on Feb. 2, in arguably the biggest football game of the year, the Super Bowl. The Bronco’s secured a spot in Super Bowl 48 with their dominating Read More

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