Student section excited to cheer on team during the 14-15 seasons
November 20, 2014  //  Sports, Student Life  //  No Comment

This 2014-2015-basketball season means the return of the “Cap Crazies.” The student section will again make their home in the bleachers of the Cap Center to cheer on their school. This year, senior Matt Carnahan and sophomore Erik Hunkemoeller lead the “Cap Crazies.” They have the task of replacing four-year leader Nate Campbell, who began […]

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    Motivation to go ‘Green’
    November 6, 2014  //  Opinion  //  No Comment

    As you’re coming of age, realize who and what you’re becoming. In the past two years, I have read John Green’s “The Fault in our Stars (TFioS),” “Looking for Alaska,” “Paper Towns,” and “An Abundance of Katherines.” Some people are confused as to why I’ve read all but one of John Green’s novels. Understandably, Green is almost as sappy of […]

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    Twenty-year-old boy becomes a man
    October 2, 2014  //  Opinion, Student Life  //  No Comment

    If you wake up tomorrow and a man with a scraggly beard tells you that you have magical powers, it will probably be one of best days of your life. Millions of people wish that Hagrid would come to their house and tell them that they are a wizard, but, instead, Hagrid told Harry Potter. I know what […]

Local News
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Tear gas used on Buckeye revelers after championship game invokes ethical dilemma
January 22, 2015  //  Local News, News, Student Life  //  No Comment

Videos of policemen in full riot gear pepper spraying reveling students on the sidewalk has filled the airwaves after Ohio State’s big victory over Oregon. This startling image invokes a fear of police brutality, especially after its recent national relevance. “When crowds start to behave that way, bad things happen,” Police Chief Jacobs told the Columbus […]

Student Health
Suicide on A College Campus
November 13, 2014  //  News, Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students ages 18-24, according to “While we do see a significant number of students who come in for depression and suicidal thinking, there have been no deaths by suicide during my three years here,” said Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, the director of the Center for […]