Achieving higher education: a family trait

Public Safety Chief Frank Fernandez will be graduating this May with his second degree and will be walking with his daughter, Frankie Fernandez, who will be graduating with her first […]

Behind the ink: our bodies as canvases

Paige Matuszynski, first year, has one tattoo, which is a graphic of the sun, moon and stars, on her right ankle.  Matuszynski got the tattoo a few months ago with […]

Taking a knee on campus: players react

The issue of taking a knee during the national anthem originally surfaced during the NFL 2016 season, but President Trump’s Twitter posts have recently sparked further controversy about the movement. […]

Upcoming events at Bexley Public Library

The Bexley Public Library, located at 2411 E. Main St., has scheduled many events for all ages in October and November that are free to attend. Here is a list of a few: […]

Time capsule to preserve memories in CMC

Faculty is currently requesting students get involved with a time capsule project for Capital’s latest building, the Convergent Media Center (CMC). Terry Lahm, senior associate provost, spoke on the importance […]