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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.

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...

The Haunting Reality of Political Theater

Written by Devon “Your Local Pumpkin Correspondent” Mitchell As the presidential election haunts Americans with each passing day, another spooky and tantalizing phenomenon is possessing...

Get That Halloween Drip (but Not the Nose Kind)

Written by Jasey Roberts How is it possible for it to already be the season of pumpkin spice and everything nice? So soon? Where has...

The Girls of Autumn

Written by Kristi Rolf  If you have been active on social media over the past month or so, I’m sure that your feed has become...

What’s the Deal with Trick or Treating?

Written by Zach “o’ Lantern” Dalton A year ago, I wrote an article about a junior disappointed in not being able to trick or treat...

The Best Part of October

Written by Chamberlain "Count" Zulauf There’s a lot to love about spooky season. Some like the weather and changing leaves, while others embrace more sinister...

The College Experience 100 Years Apart

Written by Kristi Rolf At the end of this summer, I bought a new book. Like many people I know, I have a bad habit...

The Journal of a Working Boy, Or, Up from Sloth

Written by Jasey Roberts About a month ago, I wrote an article about how my job as a grocery store clerk gives people free rein...

Album Corner: Nectar by Joji

Critiqued by Zach “I Promise I’ll Shut Up About Joji Now, Kaillee” Dalton  Come with me for a bit to the way back to the...

Improving Chipotle Through the Eyes of a Business Major

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf As my business classes start to pick up, I can’t help but notice vocabulary words that have been drilled into my...

Election Countdown: Voter Registration

Written by Devon “Your Local Political Correspondent” Mitchell Well Maroons, we are officially less than one month away from the election and it is...

Fall is Officially Here

Written by Chamberlain Zulauf  The 21st night of September marks a major milestone for this year, indicating fall 2020 has officially arrived. The school year...

A Field Guide to Football Fans

Written by Zach “Look, the Dolphins are Going to Turn it Around” Dalton Football season has made it into its third week of games...

Falwell’s Downfall

Written by Kristi Rolf Over the past four months, a steady succession of controversies has cost Liberty University’s President and evangelical right-wing leader, Jerry Falwell...