Month: November 2016

Majoring in the Liberal Arts: Myths vs. Reality

By Fatimah Elghazawi. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays; there’s nothing quite like my mom’s delicious stuffing and curling up with a slice of homemade pumpkin pie while reading a good book. As we reach the end of November,…

Who Controls Your Life, Technology or You?

By Jackie Felton. Did you feel that…Did you hear that? Your phone: it’s going off. Maybe it’s that cute boy from math that you can’t help but stare at, or maybe it’s your best friend who needs to update you…

How to Stay Fabulous in Ohio’s Fantastic Fall Weather

By Emily Fowler. Fall, the beautiful colored leaves, warm fires, amazing food, and most importantly (for the teenage girl) the transition from frappuccinos to a warm cappuccino. Oh, and don’t forget about fall’s amazing fashion. We see celebs like Kendall…

Why Black Friday Deals Really Aren’t Deals: Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Go To The Store On Black Friday

By Khrystyna Tsybulya. The cheerful bustle and the constant hum of heart-to-hearts blend to create a warm atmosphere during Thanksgiving dinner, or perhaps that’s just the burning fire in the living room. The delicious smells of turkey roasting in the…

Christmas Around The World

By Hailey Milsap. Christmas is a holiday celebrated worldwide, in more than 160 countries. In each one of these countries it is celebrated differently. Some celebrate it for almost 12 days. It is a festival commemorating the birth of Jesus,…

Of Hopes and Sorrow: The Cleveland Indians

By Justin Novak. So close… If you asked any Clevelander back in June after the Cavaliers won the NBA finals what would make the moment all the more special, most would come up with a simple answer. “October baseball” Back…

The Battle of the Big Ten

By Sam Raudins. The year is 1897. Ohio State and Michigan face each other for the first time in a game that would become known as the “Toledo War.” Michigan prevails 34-0. The year is 1919. The Buckeyes clinch their…

Column: Dump Trump

By Taylor Ward. As election day rolled around, people were anxious to see who would be the leader of our great nation. Some Republicans were on the fence about voting for the billionaire Donald Trump. He most certainly isn’t a…

Column: When is Enough Involvement, Enough?

By Taylor Zusy. When teachers and upperclassmen tell you to “get involved” and do as much as you can, it may not be the best advice for the students who struggle to keep school work balanced with clubs and activities.…