Campus Feature March 26, 2018 Syndey Bossidis Uncategorized

Tips to surviving hell week and exams

SYDNEY BOSSIDIS STAFF WRITER Photo by GRACE GRELAK Final exams are fast approaching—only 14 days until they begin. This means there is only one week until what students commonly refer to as “hell week”—a stressful time used by many to prepare for their upcoming tests, practice their presentations and write their last-minute papers. Stress is […]

Kara Denike March 26, 2018 National Uncategorized

Billionaires’ opinions on Warren’s tax plan

KARA DENIKE STAFF WRITER Early this month, Bill Gates, most well-known as the co-founder of Microsoft Corporations, was interviewed by The New York Times and voiced his thoughts on US Senator and possible presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax plans. Gates said, “I’ve paid over 10 billion in taxes, I pay more than anyone in […]

March 26, 2018 Paige Daniel Thoughts/Opinions

Musgraves, Morris realize country’s potential

By Paige Daniel Thoughts Editor Up-and-coming country artists are often overlooked because of the stark divide between fans of country and fans of, well, every other genre of music.  Two country artists, Kacey Musgraves and Maren Morris, exemplify the arguably necessary shift in country music toward pop, while also underscoring its potential for crossover appeal.   […]