18 Sep 2016

Student worker hours should increase

From the moment we start our educational journey, we are told that we must do well to get into college. What impressionable young students are not told is that the main concern about getting into college is not having the grades, but having the money. Tuition, books, parking passes and

10 May 2016

Return to the wild with Jungle Book

The Jungle Book is a spectacular live action and digital animation hybrid remake of Walt Disney’s 1967 animated classic. Modern and mildly dark, the 2016 film fits right in with the new wave of live action remakes of classic Disney animated films, such as Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland (2010)

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09 May 2016

Smart phones, no smart people

If you’re reading this, take out your smartphone or get to a computer. Go to Google and search pandas. Take a moment to look at your screen and realize what you’ve done. You’re welcome. At your fingertips is an immense library full of information on pandas. Scholarly papers, websites and

07 May 2016

Felons barred from voting rights

Does a human being locked behind bars have the same rights as one walking free? As the presidential election draws near, many people have begun to debate the issue of felon voting. Felons’ right to vote, or lack thereof, vary tremendously from state to state. This tangled web of varying state

06 May 2016

Letter to the Editor: Professor’s statement shows disregard for Wesleyan’s mission

To Whom It May Concern, As a Texas Wesleyan University student and UCD presenter, I am concerned about a statement made in the April 13 print issue of The Rambler.  Dr. Benjamin Miller’s statement seems to show a lack of support for the student body as well as for his fellow

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