The Parthenon

Back up your files before you regret it

Amanda Gibson, Columnist

April 13, 2015


Filed under COLUMN, OPINION

I am so bad about backing up my computer. I have a flash drive where I keep pictures and another I use for important files for school, but by no means do these two flash drives hold everything I have on my computer. I have enough photos to fill three photo albums and enough half-baked attempts at novels to ...

Missing the nostalgia of Myspace

Missing the nostalgia of Myspace

Bri Shelton, Columnist

April 8, 2015


Filed under COLUMN, OPINION

Does anyone else besides me ever miss the old social networking site Myspace? Back in the day, Myspace was the hip social medium to be a part of. There wasn’t really any competition with other websites until later on, and Facebook wasn’t as largely popular back then as it is today. Myspace was...

Summer 2015

Summer 2015

Amanda Gibson, Columnist

March 31, 2015


Filed under COLUMN, OPINION

Warmer weather means we are all going to be getting out a lot more. Fishing, hiking, picnics, trips to the park and vacations are all in our near future and, of course, we will want to remember each moment of Summer 2015 by snapping a picture. Smartphones in tow, we will take pictures of everything an...

In a world of advanced technology, some are seeking nostalgia instead

Editorial

February 18, 2015


Filed under OPINION

In a world comprised of advancing technologies, the human obsession with the past remains vigilant. This prevailing interest is not limited to the far past, such as the Civil War era or medieval England, but more recent eras, such as the ‘70s. In downtown Huntington, amidst Sprint and Intelos stores, the...