Photo by Mark Ramsay Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) By Stephanie Rosso Let's face it, college can be scary, even for the brave at heart. When you’re in high school, you’re confronted with what might be the biggest decision of your life: picking a career. You’re 17 or 18 and have the entire world in front… Continue reading Finding Your Niche
By Brittany Rosso It almost feels as though this shouldn’t be a topic we need to bring attention to in a college student newspaper, but oh yes, it is urgent. Unfortunately, we need to do better... And yes students, I’m talking about us. It all started one morning in the bathrooms on the seventh floor of… Continue reading Toilet Talk (literally)
By: Nina Grenga “Time stops for nobody,” is a lesson I’ve learned all too well and while the last few weeks have been bittersweet, the joy of what we’ve accomplished at this university has been outstanding. The passion that we have for giving students a platform to speak, a platform to communicate, a platform to… Continue reading Farewell senior editors
Seward, Alaska Beluga Point, Anchorage AK Seward, Alaska Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Anchorage AK Flat Top Mountain, Anchorage AK Eagle River, Alaska When thinking of spring break or an Easter get-away, students usually think of warm temperatures, nice beaches and big cities that are affordable for a college budget. This summer, when searching places… Continue reading Alaska: the last frontier
"Here's to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them." This is the advice these amazing individuals on campus have for young women. Averal Harbin: Stay true to yourself, continue to support one another and build on the people who have helped us in the past. Dr. Teresa:… Continue reading WE CAN DO IT : Women’s Month
Hope. We live in a time where everyone is so fearful of the future, but we don't have to be. These photos are taken of students before and during their discussion of what they hope for their futures.
By Brittany Rosso NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- How many times in one week do you find yourself stepping on beer cans, chip and candy wrappers, empty cigarette cartons, fast food packaging or other garbage in the O’Shea lot? I sure cannot validate a reason or come to gather myself as to why this is a weekly… Continue reading Exposing environmental disasters on campus