Students bring awareness to eating disorders

KACI PARKER Community Editor Body drawings, info tables, fun activities, oh my! Feb. 24-28 marks National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Students educated on the importance of eating disorders have decided to help bring awareness to our [...]

Registering guests online

EMMA SOROHAN Staff Writer Beep, beep, beep is the noise some students report hearing when calling the security gate to register guests. Students consistently report waiting in long lines to get on campus because of improperly registered guests. [...]

Not so easy to read, college edition

RAYVEN DAVIS Community Editor Series No. 1, A look at the difficulty of buying books for college students It’s a joy to peel back the pages of a book and smell the new-book smell. But the experience loses some of its fun when you just [...]

Taking his passion to the next level

KAYLA BROWN Advertising Editor Not only has sophomore Irving Muniz discovered his passion, he has encountered great success pursuing it. “It’s so easy. Being in your bedroom listening to music one minute, then becoming obsessed [...]

One fish, two fish, maybe more fish?

VICTORIA LAUGHLIN Staff Writer The fish tank located in the Batten Student Center has been around for the building’s lifetime. In recent years, the tank has been strangely empty. But, this semester a duo of silver friends have made an appearance. [...]

Boy Scouts open to all

Steven bond Staff Writer Changing history, openly gay Boy Scouts of America are now allowed within the organization. There have been a number of advancements in regards to gay rights in the past couple of years. And with the start of 2014, [...]