Stylus

Stress relief during finals week

Annika Ruskievicz, Reporter

May 8, 2019

Finals week is approaching and the academic year is coming to a close.  Stress and anxiety are two major conflicts that happen during the final weeks of the year. How do you stay stress free? How do you manage the stress you...

Pet Adoption

Annika Ruskievicz, Reporter

May 7, 2019

There is a lot of conflict between adopting a pet and buying from a breeder or puppy mills. Adopting from a shelter is the best thing you could do when looking for a fuzzy family member. There are a lot of shelters in the United...

Cheating scandal robs college students the most

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

May 6, 2019

Given the media attention, most everyone has probably heard about the college admissions scandal that was revealed  last month. In it, 50 people, including 33 parents, were charged with a variety of crimes, including mail fraud...

Dark money and vendettas: a lobbyist’s attempt to change Title IX

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

May 1, 2019

The elections of presidents and senators in our national government are full of drama and action. The drama of national-level politics leaves state congresses firmly in the shadows. Not many people know what is going on in Jefferson...

Hulu’s the Act is Exceptional, if Disturbing

Savanna Engelmohr, Reporter

April 12, 2019

On March 20, Hulu released a new original series called The Act. This crime drama is a disturbing saga based on the real life of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who was charged with the murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. Throughout...

First Friday opinion

First Friday opinion

Sam Pryke, Reporter

March 26, 2019

Netflix’s Queer Eye Delights As Expected

Savanna Engelmohr, Reporter

March 22, 2019

I’m not going to lie; Queer Eye is arguably one of the best shows of this century. It is filled with light hearted, humorous moments alongside emotionally touching ones. You are guaranteed to laugh your way through and probably...

Be sure to tip your server

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

March 4, 2019

As college students, most of us know what it is like to live on a budget. While in school, many of us hold jobs that don’t make a ton of money but have flexible hours that can accommodate school. Jobs like retail, food service,...

Small Changes Can Make A Big Difference in Fitness

Savanna Engelmohr, Reporter

March 1, 2019

Students often feel they don’t have enough time to stay active, given the stressful load of college demands. The freshman 15 is often joked about, but it is an all too common occurrence. A study published on health.com found...

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