Baseball opens conference schedule with double-header split vs. Muskingum
March 26, 2015  //  News, Sports  //  No Comment

The Crusaders began their conference schedule by splitting a double-header with Muskingum University at Clowson Field last Saturday. The first game of the day was fought hard by the Crusaders, who fell 11-7 in a game that was tied 2-2 through the 5th inning. Capital’s offensive effort was lead by sophomore Jake Foley, who had […]

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    A Love-ish Letter to the Zig
    March 19, 2015  //  Columns, Lifestyles, Opinion, Student Life  //  No Comment

    I don’t see Joyce, Hemingway, or Faulkner writing anything worthwhile in the dim lighting of the Zig. Nor do I see hardened cops after a long day on the streets getting hammered off whiskey shots on the back patio. And, for that matter, I don’t see Ted Mosby rummaging for love by the popcorn machine […]

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    ‘Friend-zone’ bulletin board sparks controversy
    February 20, 2015  //  News, Opinion, Student Life  //  No Comment

    Walking down the third floor hallway in the Saylor-Ackermann (SA) building, I saw a bulletin board that disturbed me. Bulletin boards, which are put up in hallways by Resident Assistants, are an effort to engage residents and usually lean toward the educational. In my hallway, on the 2nd floor of Schaaf, the activity board displays an […]

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Mary Lynn/Capital Bands Article
March 5, 2015  //  Local News, News  //  No Comment

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing Mary Lynn live, then you’ve witnessed the unbridled optimism her band brings to the Columbus music scene. Finding their ground between the mountain ranges of indie-punk and the still waters of bubble-gum pop, the band cemented a sound that is not only infectious, but also something that will […]

Student Health
Capital Center features new weight room equipment
March 19, 2015  //  News, Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

The student body and student-athletes alike now have brand new equipment to use in the weight room of the Capital Center. Over spring break, purple racks, new barbells, pull-up bars, benches, and other equipment were installed for student use, replacing some of the old equipment. Sophomore Class Senator Nick Reade wrote the bill that brought about […]