Anticipation builds as Super Bowl 50 draws near, an event that will bring football fans all across America together for one epic night.
Republican candidate Donald Trump has stirred much controversy over the course of his campaign. Ranging from his attacks on Hillary Clinton to the cringe
The Presidential Primaries will soon be upon us, with the Iowa Caucus less than two weeks away and the New Hampshire Primary less than
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not seen “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, there are many other quality articles in this week’s issue of The
Freedom of the press is a right guaranteed in the Constitution, along with freedom of religion, freedom of assembly and so on. Interpretation of
As a freshman who is living on their own for the first time, residence life has been an interesting new experience to me. Living in relatively close proximity to
Voter turnout in local elections is notoriously low. Turnout amongst college students is known to be low as well, however. This could largely be due to a misunderstanding regarding voting
A 1973 novel once declared that “A Hero Ain’t Nothin’ but a Sandwich,” but what does that make a hot dog?
Over fall break, I took my GRE, which, as most of you probably know, is one of the tests required for graduate school applications.
Recently, the Multi-Cultural Alliance had a group discussion on a well-known and controversial topic: Islam in America. Yes, a popular and well exhausted subject.
UVa-Wise’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Wise Writes, now has a trading card collection dedicated to it. Each card features four separate points of information about the five-year QEP, which centers upon improving the writing quality
Here I am again, the German exchange student getting confused and slightly disrupted by things that seem normal to most Americans. I watched the