Category: Opinion

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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Off with the masks, on with the name tags

By Brad Crofford We live in a society of masks. We wear masks when we…

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As I see it: Sixty-four crayons

By Patty Juliuson I love crayons. I love the way they look in the box…

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Why infographics are destroying America

By Brad Crofford I am a nerd. I have been aware of this for the…

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As I see it: Jumping into the pond

By Patty Juliuson Down at the pond (don’t ask me which one; it doesn’t matter),…

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Is America blessed?

By Brad Crofford Consider the following progression of statements: America is  fortunate. The United States…

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As I see it: Geek alert

By Patty Juliuson In every class, be it high school or university, there seems to…

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Presenting Jesus in a Hindu culture

By Ashleigh Buchanan During my semester abroad in India last spring, I was dropped into…

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