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Read 5:32 p.m.: The Frustration of Read Receipts

Read 5:32 p.m.: The Frustration of Read Receipts

Anna Goellner, Literary Magazine Editor

February 3, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

You have something really important to say. Maybe you are scheduling a dinner or asking a friend if they like your potential prom dress. You sent your crush a Snapchat ten minutes ago, and you looked pretty great in that picture. Maybe you are in an argument via texting, and your comeback was just too ...

We Are the Lost Generation

We Are the Lost Generation

Katie Harrill, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


Filed under Editorial/Opinion, Showcase

Why is it that we all feel like we need to post about our problems or complain about our lives to get the slightest bit of attention? Personally, the last couple of weeks have been extremely difficult for me, but you won’t see me post anything about my problems on social media. Why? Because all it does...

Online or in Person?

Online or in Person?

Lany Campbell, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017


Filed under Editorial/Opinion, Showcase

Throughout the years, person-to-person conversation has decreased, and chatting online, even when next to someone, has become the social norm for carrying on or beginning a conversation, especially when it is with someone new. Meeting new people is probably the most difficult obstacle us humans truly...

A Casual Watcher’s Guide to “Sports Ball”

A Casual Watcher’s Guide to “Sports Ball”

Diana Rodgers, Web Editor

November 7, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

If you are anything like me, you are not at the front lines of sporting events or hosting football parties of your own, hosting a football party complete with nachos and the loud screaming with the event of each touchdown (whatever that is). If you are anything like me, you are going to be the person...

Dismaland: A Bemusement Park

Dismaland: A Bemusement Park

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

The street artist “Bansky” recently opened his “bemusement park” in Britain. He has called it “a theme park whose theme is: theme parks should have bigger themes. To get one thing straight, “Dismaland” is not an amusement park; it is a political/social art museum. A map and a video summarizing th...

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