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 […]
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. […]
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: […]
Many people have been left heartbroken and scared for their safety after the terror attack in Las Vegas, and it is important to remember the steps that need to be […]
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 […]
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have wreaked havoc on much of the southern states, and though Capital is unaffected, many staff and students are leading efforts to aid those affected most […]
Capital’s professors have been on sabbatical doing incredible things — from playing in Carnegie Hall to working in the Mansfield Correctional Institution.