It is no secret that college students typically struggle with money; from worrying about student loans to balancing work and a full-time class schedule, it can be very difficult to […]
“The Hip Hop Nutcracker” traveling holiday production made a stop at the Palace Theatre for a one-night-only spectacular on Dec. 5. The show features Tchaikovsky’s classical score, mixed with an […]
1:51 a.m. The CMC is quiet; the only sounds are of the click of keyboards or the occasional turn of a page. Most of the automatic lights are dark from […]
The following is a work of fiction based on the zombie outbreak professional development event at Capital University. BREAKING: Last night, Wednesday, Sept. 27, a zombie outbreak began in Battelle […]
Around 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Lonnie Sturdivant, a registered sex offender and “serial groper,” was arrested by Columbus Police. On Thursday night at approximately 8:30 p.m., Sturdivant inappropriately touched a […]
During her first year, President Paul has completed a multitude of important tasks with the goal of creating a memorable atmosphere around Capital.
The housing lottery is the bane of my existence. Each year, students are lumped into three categories: rising senior, rising junior, and rising sophomore. These categories are determined by the […]