It’s hard to believe, but this day is actually here. This is the last issue with a piece written by yours truly.
Throughout the course of the 2016 spring semester I decided to take on a large project showing in-depth reports of refugees, and international students that have come from areas of extreme conflict, violence and fear and are now living in southwest Missouri. This series has stretched my journalistic abilities as I’ve had to search for these individuals in the community.
With summer rapidly approaching, there's surely one thing on everybody’s mind—I don’t want to be stuck in Springfield all summer.
Last week, I made a big mistake in regards to my opinion piece on Taylor Health and Wellness providing free condoms and not free tampons. I was wrong.
The music world was shaken Thursday when iconic pop singer Prince died at age 57. When I heard the news, I was pretty bummed but largely indifferent. I have no fandom for Prince. I’ve never really listened to his music or consumed any of his various products. I honestly forgot he was an artist until I heard he had passed.
Taylor Health reinforcing idea that men are valued above women.
Anyone who knows about college football can agree on one glaring fact about Missouri State: this is not a football school.
Have you had enough of this election season? I’m beginning to feel like I have.
Well, here we are again. Let’s have another discussion about guns. Wait, another discussion? Yes, another discussion.