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No redemption in Trump’s words

No redemption in Trump’s words

Karalee Manis, Managing Editor

October 12, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinions, Top Stories

There has been a lot of talk recently about Donald Trump and his past comments that have recently surfaced from a hot mic in 2005 and was published by The Washington Post. This isn’t the only instance of Trump’s lewd linguistic history. Many who have tried to defend him, even himself, have tried...

Top 8 movies/shows with clowns to watch

Top 8 movies/shows with clowns to watch

Karalee Manis, Managing Editor

October 10, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinions, Top Stories

If you aren’t completely terrified by the campus clown craziness and want to feed your imagination, here’s a list of some movies and TV shows to watch to not only fully immerse yourself in the clown culture, but also to get yourself ready for Halloween. Watch at your own risk or amusement. 1. “IT...

The Little Things: Regular salad options

The Little Things: Regular salad options

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Visual Media Editor

October 1, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Sometimes we need to take a step back and appreciate the little things around campus. This week’s admiration is for the specialty salad and fruit options that have been added to the lunch line. Lakeland’s dining services has opened a newer, healthier option for lunch. Every weekday for lunch,...

The Little Things: Student Tutors

The Little Things: Student Tutors

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Visual Media Editor

September 24, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Sometimes we need to take a step back and appreciate the little things around campus. Today’s admiration is for the student tutors that are working hard to help us succeed in our classes. I don’t think Lakeland’s tutoring program has been given the full appreciation it deserves. So today’s...

What is Self-Love?

What is Self-Love?

Mayce Bacon, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinions, Top Stories

When I got to college, immediately I was hit by how no one seemed to give a crap if I was dressed “pretty” enough or if I was in the clothes in which I had slept. It was an oddly refreshing experience. However, as the months went by during my freshman year, I found myself still caring what people...

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