Category: Opinion

Married students talk dating, counseling, and “ring by spring”

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-Chief Having already gone through the processes of dating, getting engaged, and…

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“Snubies” no longer: How I learned to stop judging people in SGA

By Ronna Fisher, Assistant Editor I’m going to be honest: I haven’t always been very…

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The $1 trillion question: The student loan debt crisis

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-Chief America has a debt crisis, and its students have a problem…

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As I see it: perspective, meaning, and a digital camera

By Patty Juliuson, columnist Have you ever looked at your surroundings through the bottom of…

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As I see it: My daughter’s wedding

By Patty Juliuson It’s Friday, October 19, 2012, and we’re somewhere in eastern Tennessee/western Virginia.…

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The US may be militarily dominant, but when will we grow weary of war?

By Brad Crofford This year, one of the issues in political commentary that has bothered…

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As I see it: You reap what you sow

By Patty Juliuson Fall is a wonderful time of year. The searing days of summer…

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Midterm Madness: how to dominate your midterm

By Ashleigh Buchanan I was looking ahead at my schedule and I have a midterm…

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Letters from abroad: The earth below my feet

By Angela Mardock, guest columnist Sitting on the airplane, I began to realize this was…

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Studying abroad is more valuable and more possible than you think

By Brad Crofford I knew about some of the benefits of studying off-campus from my…

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As I see it: My stubborn optimism

By Patty Juliuson "You’ve failed many times, although you may not remember. You fell down…

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Letters from abroad: A plea from a fellow child of empire

By Tesica Starkey “Dine with the opposition.” It’s a phrase that frequents the lips of…

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Dear Freshman

Dear Freshman, Are you homesick yet? I’m sure most of you think I’m crazy for…

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Musician’s lament

By Cindy Benton Students of classical music are often reminded of the decline in our…

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Letter to the Editor: Reverend Jackson and the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

By Ben Smith On Thursday, September 20th, Reverend Jackson came to speak in chapel. As…

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