Kavanaugh vs. Ford: Is he falsely accused? A subjective look at the trial that everyone is talking about.

Bunky Rainesr, Contributing Reporte

October 15, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion, Uncategorized

Spit, sweat and tears flew from the faces of senators as the Christine Blasey Ford hearing was held on Thursday, September 17 in Washington D.C. Here’s a look at how this carnivalesque battle of the right and left is affecting...

The Rise and Fall of Bill Cosby: Update in regards to the court case of William Henry Cosby Jr

Jae-Kur Lockhart, Opinions Editor

October 15, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

William Henry Cosby Jr., more commonly known as Bill Cosby, has been under fire in regards to alleged sexual assault and misuse of debilitating drugs on unsuspecting women. As of Sept. 25, “America’s Dad” was sentenced three...

Awards hopefuls: are any coming out this month?

Pete Tubbs, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 9, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, News

Awards season is officially upon us, and that means that the moviegoing audience will get less big-budget blockbusters and more adult centered dramatic fare. October is usually known as the first quarter of the season, so these...

Grace Dane on her art and “The Cure”

Patrick Williams, Student Reporter

October 9, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus Life, News

This past week I got to sit down with Grace Dane of the Art Department, studio major, and super senior and learn about her exhibit, “The Cure”, and what it means to her. The most recent work she did was her black and white...

Moms Demand Action

Moms Demand Action

October 9, 2018

Students testing their saliva to see how stressed a test can make them

Ashley Smith, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Stress is no stranger to college students. Even with stress relief workshops during finals, university offered counseling, and your family telling you “you’re doing too much,” students dedicated to university find themselves...