People’s Price Promotes Body Envy By: Stephanie Hoover

Recently I came across a blurb of Britney Spears –I’m not calling it an article because what was posted were a variety of pictures of Spears and a sentence or two regarding each picture. After reading over it a few times and then coming back to it I just could not shake the bad taste it left in my mouth. I don’t know what Lydia … Continue reading People’s Price Promotes Body Envy By: Stephanie Hoover

Deadpool Review By: Stephanie Hoover

Don’t worry, no spoilers…I don’t think? No, no spoilers. Okay one: I don’t know if I can look at a ring pop the same again. Okay, that’s it. First of all the opening scene was AWESOME! I love freeze frame shots that pan around the scene accompanied with pristine graphics and text that mocks its very existence. -Was that a spoiler? I don’t think it … Continue reading Deadpool Review By: Stephanie Hoover

Days of the Last Straw By: Laura Winton

I. I am tired of being sad. Tired of being mad. Tired of being fearful, afraid of the phone, afraid of conflict, afraid to talk to anyone because they might recriminate me—is that the right word? Tired. Tired of being offensive, defensive, unacknowledged, overly noticed, of coming out with my hands up, with my dukes up, with my fists in front of my face ready … Continue reading Days of the Last Straw By: Laura Winton

Adventures of the Trails By: Cheyenne Coleman

With Spring Break long gone and the permanent Monday Blues setting in, it’s time to start thinking about sunny days and hiking trails. Whether your kind of fun involves twig-scratched hairy legs or man made roads, there is something for everyone to look forward to. Only 6 more weeks of classes left! We all know tuition leaves our wallets a little thinner and our bank … Continue reading Adventures of the Trails By: Cheyenne Coleman