More than a few of my favorite things are thrifted

Jocelyn Gibson, Managing Editor

January 28, 2015

Filed under EDITORS, OPINION

It’s no secret that I love thrift shopping, but what might not be so obvious is why. And, let me tell you, the reasons are plenty. First and foremost,... Read more »

Don’t judge the introverts of the world; it’s more complicated than you think

Editorial

January 28, 2015

Filed under EDITORS, OPINION

There are two (well kind of) types of people in the world. There are those whose idea of a good time involves a room full of people—friends, strangers, acquaintances—partying, talking about the mundane aspects... Read more »

Player of the week

Player of the week

January 27, 2015

E-reading: convenient detriment to students

EDITORIAL

January 26, 2015

Filed under OPINION, Showcase

Online readings dominate student’s homework assignments thanks to Blackboard and professors’ ability to scan and post selections from their own shelves. On the one hand, it saves students money, which is always a plus.... Read more »

RELIGION vs. SCIENCE:

EDITORIAL

January 22, 2015

Filed under OPINION

Religion has been deeply ingrained in human culture as far back as history can record, and very likely earlier than that. In some parts of the world, where religious debate leads to bloodshed, men and women are willing... Read more »

Take advantage of the Rec

Bri Shelton, Columnist

January 21, 2015

Filed under OPINION

There are so many Marshall University students who don’t take advantage of the Rec Center the way they should. College is essentially the only time in our lives that a gym will be so easily accessible to us. For some, it’s... Read more »

Why are you so mad about ‘American Sniper’?

Editorial

January 21, 2015

Filed under OPINION

An almost unrecognizable Bradley Cooper dominated the silver screen during the long holiday weekend in “American Sniper.” The straightforward account of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the man deemed the deadliest marksman in U.S. military... Read more »