So long, snow days

January 20, 2021

In the three and a half years I have been at Truman State University, the University’s consistent failure to declare snow days in the face of dangerous weather has always been a joke among students. […]


Break the cycle of break anxiety

November 19, 2020

With less than a week until the long-awaited — yet perhaps dreaded — Nov. 24, you’re probably experiencing two conflicting sentiments: relief and apprehension. Approaching the last day of in-person classes, we can look forward […]


Our View: Inclusivity is not political

November 18, 2020

Despite what our current political environment might say, being inclusive is not a political statement. Hate speech does not belong anywhere in meaningful rhetoric and every person with a logical, research-based, intelligent argument belongs at […]


Letter to the Editor: Compost

October 26, 2020

Every year, American households waste more than 294 million tons of organic matter. Most of us pitch this matter into the trash, where it goes to a landfill, sealed in a plastic bag, where it […]