Many students at Capital cannot afford the hefty Ultimate Plus meal plan and live too far from home to get food when needed. First-years are required to have full meal […]
With tuition rising almost every year and additional costs piling up, students are leaving with more debt than ever before. Is the cost of a college education worth its perceived […]
On the evening of Aug. 11, 2017, I lay in my bed with my eyes on my iPhone. It had been a long day, and I was lazily scrolling through […]
On Aug. 28, according to KHOU 11 News Houston, a family of six drowned in the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey. This is just a small portion of what the […]
As the costs of tuition, living, and having fun rise, spending money on a textbook that is used once or twice has become less of a priority.
Indie-pop band Hoops, from Bloomington, Indiana, has recently released their newest album, “Routines.” Released on May 5, 2017, “Routines” is the full-length sequel to the group’s series of EP releases. […]
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 […]