Story by Connor Dirkson, Reporter Photo courtesy of The Odyssey By now, you’ve probably heard about the #FreeKesha case. For those unfamiliar, I encourage you to read Abigale Racine’s recent Saint article, […]
Story by Callie Cherry, Reporter Photo courtesy of Hello Giggles Not so long ago, it was expected that undergraduate students, especially women, would marry almost immediately after finishing their studies. While this […]
Story by Mayra Monroy, Reporter I am a millennial. I overshare on Twitter, I will Instagram a picture of my coffee on Saturday morning, and I will share a “Only 90’s/00’s kids […]
Story by Callie Cherry, Reporter Photo courtesy of Brian Kelly As I sit in the Arts and Music Center, basking in the Friday sun that pours through the ribbon windows, I see […]
Story by Emma Ramirez, Reporter Photo courtesy of Bustle Across the U.S., we’ve reached what TIME magazine dubbed the “Transgender Tipping Point.” Transgender celebrities are praised for powerful performances. Individuals articulate themselves […]
Story by Mariah Cowsert, Opinion Intern Photo courtesy of ABC News Hate, violence and inequality are the base of business mogul Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, which terrifies me that he’s made it this […]
Story by Madison Wilder, Managing Intern Photo courtesy of Youtube Recently, Target has made the move to phase out gender labels from the childrens bedding and toy sections of their stores. The move […]
Should the art in the Wege Tunnel go or stay?
Are refugees still welcomed in Denmark?
In the day to day things that keep students busy, a vote of our Student Senate may have gone largely unnoticed, however, it speaks volumes to the leadership that we have.