College: the final frontier for father of two

College: the final frontier. Well not really, but it can have an ominous feeling regardless of your classification. Freshman students feel the pressures of moving out on their own and having to juggle responsibilities. Seniors feel the pressures of "senioritis" and struggling to get to the light at … [Read more...]

Effects of Reformation still visible 500 years later

The 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's 95 theses took center focus throughout the day with exhibits on the Reformation to a reenactment of posting the theses on the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church. Among the exhibits and reenactments, faculty members discussed the Reformation and how it still … [Read more...]

Smoking: not just lighting up a cigarette

The Clark Student Center was buzzing with homecoming activities. In the atrium, the University Programming Board set up shop with a sundae bar that was attracting every student that walked by. Nestled next to the sundae bar was a booth for Peers Against Tobacco. Taylor Offutt, health … [Read more...]

Golden Thunder band displays new uniforms

A warm, September Saturday night sets the tone as the Golden Thunder band marched onto the field. As they moved into position, it's easy to notice there is something different about the band this year. They are showing their true colors. There is no mistaking that the band on the field is for the … [Read more...]

Downtown art show gives students chance to network

Local artwork was front-center during the first Ink in The Falls event, held by 9th Street Studios and art senior Erin Marie Harman. Tattoo shops including Human Canvas, Cowabunga Ink, Rusty’s Needles and Underground Tattoo and Body Piercing were highlighted at the show on Sept. 9. The event … [Read more...]