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Climate Change Guest Column: Initial Responses to Technogenic Climate Change

Climate Change Guest Column: Initial Responses to Technogenic Climate Change

Edward Burke Roberts, Guest Contributor January 17, 2022

Edward Roberts, under the anonym “strannikov”, has written flash fiction since 2007 appearing online at Delicious Demon, Language Is a Virus, Gone Lawn Journal, Metazen, Dead Mule School of Southern...

Antarctica ice caps.

Climate Change Guest Column: A Most Uncertain Fiction

Edward Burke Roberts, Guest Contributor January 17, 2022

Edward Roberts, under the anonym “strannikov”, has written flash fiction since 2007 appearing online at Delicious Demon, Language Is a Virus, Gone Lawn Journal, Metazen, Dead Mule School of Southern...

Power plant

Climate Change Guest Column: Naming the scourge we made

Edward Burke Roberts, Guest Contributor November 11, 2021

Edward Roberts, under the anonym “strannikov”, has written flash fiction since 2007 appearing online at Delicious Demon, Language Is a Virus, Gone Lawn Journal, Metazen, Dead Mule School of Southern...

Kara McIntyre

Thank you, farewell to The Wichitan

Kara McIntyre December 5, 2017

[Editor’s note]: The -30- term comes from the old typesetting mark to denote the end of a line. It means "the end" or "no more to say."  I've been involved in journalism since my sophomore year...

Alyssa Mitchell is a junior Mass Communication major.

When campus police failed me

Alyssa Mitchell September 5, 2017

Stranded in a Chili’s parking lot in 100 degree weather with no one to come help me — you would think I could call the campus police, right? Apparently not. On Aug. 23, my friend and I walked...

Ana Lopez is an exercise physiology alumna.

‘I am Mexican, not an alien’

The Wichitan July 7, 2017

I was only three years old when my father decided to migrate to the U.S. and follow the "American Dream." Just like many immigrants, he risked his life crossing the border to give us a better life....

Arianna Davis

Stop the stigma, start listening

Arianna Davis April 19, 2017

“I feel so depressed.” You’re just being sad or more upset at a certain circumstance. Usually overreacting. “No big deal,” they say. “Everyone gets depressed.” Just don’t be so...

Be more kind, less judgmental

The Wichitan April 19, 2017

When I was a child, my parents taught me lessons on how to be a good person. They taught me that smiles were infectious, a kind word can make someone’s day, and to be an all-around kind-hearted person. Using...

Language department to add Parseltongue

Caleb Martin April 5, 2017

SATIRE Students are lining the halls and sidewalks of Bea Wood, like squatters on Black Friday outside a Best Buy, to register for the language department's newest course: Parseltongue. The line of...

Alyssa Bell

What I’ve learned through undergrad research

The Wichitan March 21, 2017

A typical week of research begins by meeting with James Masuoka, associate professor of biology, to discuss the preparations that need to be made for our experiment. Preparations include calculations...

Victoria Estrada

Why liberal arts education is important

The Wichitan February 22, 2017

I attended the Faculty Forum last week, and I found it rather interesting. The panelists and audience discussed the importance of attending a liberal arts university, how to incorporate liberal arts into...

Markell Braxton-Johnston

What it is like being an atheist in college

The Wichitan February 15, 2017

Being an atheist in college can sometimes be difficult waters to navigate. I have been an atheist since I was a freshman in high school, but before that I was a faithful Christian. I won’t bore you with...

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