The Super Bowl halftime show: Comparatively, a disappointment

Kennedie O'Byrne, Senior Contributor

February 8, 2019

The 2019 Super Bowl, a face-off between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, took place on Sunday, Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. Though it might have been a game for the books, as it tied the Patriots with the Steelers for the most Super Bowl championships, a controversial...

Dunkin: America runs on donuts and hash browns

Dunkin: America runs on donuts and hash browns

Talia Gogel, Senior Contributor

December 12, 2018

Dunkin Donuts, which originated in 1948, is the beloved nemesis of Starbucks. The heated debate between the two coffee joints has been ongoing for years. Dunkin Donuts, however, brings the better part of breakfast. With better breakfast options, cheaper and better coffee and quicker service, Dunkin has...

Starbucks: Good coffee is the answer

Starbucks: Good coffee is the answer

Sam Bachtel, Senior Contributor

December 12, 2018

When you're comparing Starbucks to Dunkin, there can only be one winner. It's Starbucks, no doubt. When you go to Starbucks, it just feels right. The coffee, the food, the merchandise and the environment. The coffee at Starbucks has a very real coffee taste. It is always the right temperature as well....

Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts?

Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts?

December 12, 2018

Of the two great coffee giants, which is superior? Two of our senior staff members share their thoughts.  

Veganism: A diet can impact the environment

Kennedie O'Byrne, Senior Contributor

November 17, 2018

Due to the recent hyper-awareness of the earth's deteriorating state, people are at a crossroads of what to do in order to help save the environment in any way possible. In only a year's time, the amount of participation in a vegan lifestyle has increased by 160 percent. Some do it for personal health...

In defense of “Merry Christmas”

In defense of “Merry Christmas”

Jaret Distel, Junior Contributor

December 20, 2016

When you go to buy presents this winter for the upcoming festivities, you will see all the trappings of Christmas: the trees, the lights and even Santa Claus. However, you will not hear a single person say, “Merry Christmas.” It is a rather simple line, but one that is profoundly affecting....

‘I won’t be home for Christmas’: Make a difference this holiday season by donating food, gifts to military families

‘I won’t be home for Christmas’: Make a difference this holiday season by donating food, gifts to military families

Jordan Holmes, Editor-in-chief

December 16, 2016

“I won’t be home for Christmas,” is a phrase many military families hear from their loved ones around this time of year. According to the site Vetfriends.com, about 75 percent of soldiers are currently deployed around the world in 150 countries, and out of that 75 percent any soldiers in active batt...

Giving back to those who gave everything: Veteran lives

Giving back to those who gave everything: Veteran lives

Kyle "Willie" Wilson, Senior Contributor

November 26, 2016

Every 65 minutes a military veteran commits suicide. That’s an average of 22 military veterans a day. To many people it's just a number. Many may wonder why should we care about military veterans committing suicide while in America we have a total of 117 suicides a day. Many military veterans gave...

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