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This plague upon Atchison, KS has been a grueling one. They are everywhere, waiting, spinning their traps of utter chaos around the town for those unlucky souls who unknowingly and unwillingly walk into...
While a student’s First Amendment rights are protected in various ways at public institutions, on a private college campus they are not as clear.  In recent weeks, there have been...
I have a tendency to personify inanimate objects. I do not quite know why I do but I think it’s a collection of wanting to understand every single thing and wanting to love...
In college, I have had the opportunity to grow and experience the healthy kind of “love” in ways I didn’t know was possible. Just because your story doesn’t fit the mold to have...
Dracula (1931) – Here is a Hollywood icon which would immortalize both the vampire and Bela Lugosi, which will often be thought of synonymously, in the popular culture. One of Universal Pictures' earliest...
The Peanut Butter Falcon constitutes the biggest major motion picture to shine an honest light on a Down syndrome protagonist, capturing the vitality of the human spirit. https://youtu.be/UNl9RqjLCwc
What kind of VSCO Girl? VSCO is a photo editing app that allows you to edit and filters photos. The app also allows users to create profile pages where they...
By the Editorial Board On Tues. Sept., 10, the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) honored World Suicide Prevention Day. Over the summer, the hashtag, #HotGirlSummer trended....
Love surrounds us, many different kinds. Friendships, relationships and families make or break our mental health. However, college throws us into a sea of uncertainty while we still manage to find ourselves, kind of.
I need to begin by telling you I chronically fall asleep while watching movies. While I have not been diagnosed with narcolepsy, I always succumb to the warmth of the theatre and...