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This page offers articles of a humorous nature, opinion pieces, social and political commentaries, and even rants. If you're down for a laugh or hear a side this is the page to go to.

Royal Watch: Harry and Meghan Tell All

Written by Devon "Duchess of Devonshire" Mitchell For those of you who do not know, I have an unhealthy obsession with the British Monarchy. So,...

St. Patrick’s Day: It’s Not Just for Drinking Anymore

Written by Zach “I Got Irish Heritage” Dalton Well, well, well… here we are yet again, dear reader. Just you, me and a holiday fallen...

Spoiler-Free TV Recommendation: “Twin Peaks”

Written by Jasey Roberts The original “Twin Peaks” (currently streaming on Netflix) was created by TV writer Mark Frost and all-around madman David Lynch. The...

Let’s Get Ce-REAL

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf My roommate and I do a lot together: we watch TV shows (last semester it was Breaking Bad and this semester...

Album Corner: “Rest Without Regrets…”

Written by Zach “Definitely Not a Music Major” Dalton You might remember a few issues back, I wrote an album review on Joji’s “Nectar.” Well,...

A Fresh Perspective on a Classic Romance

Written by Kristi Rolf I’ve never been one to re-read books. The fact that I will never be able to read every great book that...

Este, Danielle, Alana, and Taylor (Swift) Haim

Written by Devon "The Other Long-Lost Haim Sister" Mitchell In case you didn’t know, HAIM, the iconic sister indie rock/pop trio, released a version of...

Valentine’s Day Needs a Rebrand

Written by Kristi Rolf Just when we thought the holidays were over, February brings another celebration saturated with whimsical traditions and consumeristic fever. Valentine’s Day...

The Chiefs Learn Why They Shouldn’t Bet Against Tom Brady

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf Okay, Tom Brady is the GOAT. Come on. After winning last Sunday’s Super Bowl LV (55), Tom single-handedly has more Super...

Biden’s First 100 Days

Written by Devon Mitchell 46th President Joe Biden has made a lot of promises to the American people, hoping to curb COVID-19 spread, return to...

Another Modest Holiday Proposal

Written by Zach "Huge Discounts on the 15th" Dalton Well, here we are. Another semester, another issue and another holiday on the horizon. Let’s talk...

A Little Spring in Your Semester

Written by Zach “We’re Almost There” Dalton The Fall Semester is coming to an end. I have mentioned it before and I’ll mention it again,...

Lyrical Deep Dive: Picture of My Dress

Written by Devon Mitchell Recently a new band has come across my desk. The Mountain Goats, an indie rock/folk band first formed in the early...

Relaxing with Horoscopes

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf The last two weeks of the semester is prime time for procrastination. Recently, Spotify advertising has shown me a new way...

Lessons from Quarantine to Take into Winter Break

Written by Kristi Rolf As we come to the end of an accelerated semester, college students throughout the country are facing a historically long break...

A Business Major’s Take on the 2020 Election

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf Disclaimer: this is not a biased article and I’m not going to say anything specific about either candidate! I feel obligated...

Another Modest Proposal for the Holiday Season

Written by Zach “Buckle-up Macy’s” Dalton Well, here we are. November Whatever-Date-You’re-Reading-This. Halloween has come and passed, as Green Day said, “the innocent can never...

The End All and Be All of Voters

Written by Kristi Rolf On September 30th, I mailed my ballot to my hometown office of elections. I had processed enough information by September to...

The Waaaaaiting is the Hardest Part

Written by Devon Mitchell Tuesday marked the end of another presidential election... or did it? While campaigning has officially ended, we likely won’t learn the...

Reclaiming the Joy of Reading

Written by Jasey Roberts I had a similar experience to a lot of people when they were young: I read a lot. From the first...