By Chris Draper Staff Writer email@example.com Teacher-turned-comedian Jay Black brought laughs Monday night at Cantrell Banquet Hall. “While I was working as a teacher in South Jersey, I started doing stand-up to impress a girl I was dating,” he said.
By Sarah Blevins Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Students planning to graduate in May must complete and turn in graduation applications by Monday. Applications, which ask for information about students’ major, concentration, minor and where they can be reached, can be completed online at the registrar’s homepage; paper copies can also be picked up at the registrar’s [...]
By Stas Jones Staff Writer email@example.com The Office of International Programs held its first study abroad forum Monday in the Chapel of All Faiths. The forum was held part of the college’s continuing effort to make study abroad programs available for students financially and academically, said Witold Wolny, the college’s director of international programs.
By Karrye Ormaner Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Members of the college’s Art Guild will help host the Fall Fling Photography Contest next week. The group’s members have posted fliers for the Oct. 9 and 10 event around campus, and they will help set up for the contest at the festival and monitor the event, held in [...]
By Emily Baxter Staff Writer email@example.com Alumni return to campus today for homecoming and to celebrate their “memories and milestones” since they have graduated. The “Memories and Milestones” alumni homecoming theme came from a committee that met in March, made up of staff, alumni and key people on campus such as members of SGA, college [...]
Editor-in-Chief | News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org This year, The Highland Cavalier has started to cover more crime stories than we have before – both on and off campus. Since this is somewhat new for us, we thought it important to share our thoughts and policies regarding the reporting of crime in this newspaper.
By Chris Justis Staff Writer email@example.com If you are like me, you are tired of getting pounded by each extreme side of the political spectrum. You’re exhausted by Glenn Beck screaming at you or Michael Moore’s tunnel vision.
This article is in response to Rachel Tighe’s “Students, athletes should wear the colors” in the Sept. 24 issue of The Highland Cavalier. By Tamara Haack firstname.lastname@example.org Typically, I manage to take a few minutes every Friday to read the school’s newspaper. It is usually a relaxing enterprise that keeps me up-to-date on the latest [...]
By Chris Draper Staff Writer email@example.com Golf season has begun and the college’s all-freshmen golf team has struggled early this season. This year, each of the golf team’s starters are freshmen. For any sport, that means a talented batch of new athletes mixed with learning, rebuilding and progression.