22 Feb 2017

FAFSA ignores middle-class students

When throwing your graduation cap in the air, saying goodbye to childhood friends and setting off on new journeys, something that often slips the mind of graduating high school seniors is paying for college. Students may think completing FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) and having top grades is

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14 Feb 2017

Valentine’s Day can celebrate friends, family

Valentine’s is no longer a day we focus on sappy romance between lovers. Now it’s a day to celebrate and cherish the love you have for your friends, family and yourself. “I buy myself flowers, chocolates and take myself out for a movie and a meal,” Samantha Tolon, junior radio

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12 Feb 2017

Workaholic: Nothing to be proud of

The constant need to work can become addictive. Between having two caretaker jobs, being editor of the Rambler Media Group, planning a wedding, and being a full-time student, I have the constant need to be in motion. At times where I think I can finally settle and relax, the need

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18 Nov 2016

Holiday movies offer variety for fans

With the holiday season approaching you may be wondering, “What can I do to escape the numerous carolers or the drunken rant my aunt goes on every Thanksgiving?” That’s when you look to hide in your local movie theater for a couple of hours. The movie theater is a great

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12 Nov 2016

The monster that no one else hears

What does it mean to have anxiety? For my best friend, it means pulling over to the side of the road when you’re five minutes away from the house. It means walking. And walking. And breathing. And walking. It means trying to listen to the voice of your best friend

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