Trump signs executive order, International Center reacts

By Greg Allen Co Editor-In-Chief Donald Trump has been President of The United States of America for less than two weeks, but he has taken no time making changes. Most recently, Trump has signed an executive order that restricts immigration into the United States from seven countries. The nations banned from coming to America are Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen–all nations with … Continue reading Trump signs executive order, International Center reacts

Prime example of how racism is still alive

By Greg Allen Co-Editor-In-Chief Earlier this week, I saw something that terrified me, and it had nothing to do with Halloween. I was shocked at the ignorance that still exists in our society. A friend of mine from my hometown attends a college in South Carolina. She is a member of a sorority, and attended a sorority talent show. One of the groups performing in … Continue reading Prime example of how racism is still alive

Why your Harambe costume is not funny

Shawn McFarland Co-Editor-In-Chief Halloween is officially four days away (Monday, Oct. 31) which means this upcoming weekend is ‘Halloweekend,” or whatever you desire to call it. For a vast majority of college students, the weekend of Halloween is one of the most anticipated events of the year. And hey, can you blame them? Who doesn’t get amped up for a chance to pretend to be … Continue reading Why your Harambe costume is not funny

Sexual assaults need to stop being so overlooked

Ali Izzi Deputy News/Features Editor   According to the Huffington Post in a 2014 article, 97 percent of rapists are NEVER incarcerated. Your next thought might be this: If they aren’t reported then how can the assailant be incarcerated, right? Wrong. Extremely incorrect. This is what is wrong with society. Consider this, someone reports being sexually assaulted and then nothing is done in response because … Continue reading Sexual assaults need to stop being so overlooked

Steph Curry may be down, but no panic for Golden State

Marshall Hastings Special Projects Editor @Marsh_Hastings Before we let this panic storm burn, let’s take a second and look at the big picture. Yes, Steph Curry may very well be out for the next two weeks. Yes, it could be even longer than that, depending on how the May 1 re-evaluation of his knee goes, but let’s look at the big picture. Chris Paul is … Continue reading Steph Curry may be down, but no panic for Golden State