All in all, 2014 was a pretty disappointing year for video games. Despite entering our second year into this current console generation, a great deal of high profile games were delayed into this year and the games that were released (“Destiny,” “Dragon Age: Inquisition and Assassin’s Creed Unity”) felt like they were shipped way too [...]
As we have all heard by now from either the media or by being a member of our campus community, Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. While Title IX is a short statute (it is only 37 actual words), Supreme Court verdicts and guidance from the U.S. Department [...]
This week has been busy for presidential contenders. Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have all officially announced their candidacy for the presidency. Though all three were speculated to eventually announce their candidacy, their platforms are still being debated.
Let’s just get out of the way that you are probably not going to get the Apple Watch edition which is made of 18-karat gold and will cost you at least $10,000. If you have that kind of money lying around just for an accessory, you are probably not reading this paper.
With summer creeping around the corner and a few weeks left of school, it’s the time of the semester to start thinking about summer jobs. Woo! I know. But don’t worry if you’re struggling with where to start or even how to get one; I’ve got just the tips for you.
After the exhaustion of finals week has passed, you may feel completely relieved or feel the urge to enter a total relaxation mode. It is time for you to kick back and enjoy the sun’s rays beaming down on you, all the while catching up with hometown friends.
They call it the “Grand Canyon of the East.”