Textbook Trauma

Kaleb Perez is a senior studying biology/pre-med, and he spends an average of $200 on textbooks each semester. He recently found a new place to buy textbooks called The Big […]

VP Spagnolo excited to join the #CapFam

On Nov. 1, 2016, Capital welcomed its new vice president, Jean-Paul “JP” Spagnolo, who chose the university mainly because of the deep sense of purpose he felt here. “I was able to […]

Is Cappie the Crusader an acceptable mascot?

Danielle Shevitz –  Shevitz does not like Cappie the Crusader. She believes that the mascot is insensitive to religions that are outside of Christianity. Shevitz states, “Some of the things […]

Cap Tats

Casey Patterson  is a sophomore at Capital University, and she got her tattoo in July of 2016. The tattoo is located on her left forearm. “Kyrie Eleison” translates to “Lord […]

Flooding raises questions in students

Flooding in Schaaf Hall has been a problem for years, and this year, the flood is affecting the south side of Schaaf to the courtyard. Wesley Snow, interim director of […]