The semester is coming to a close and the holidays are upon us. That means great food and a lot of it. For vegans, this means it’s time to get creative, so we’ve combed through various sites and catalogs to … Continue reading Your vegan holidays await
After the midterm elections on Nov. 6, the Democrats succeeded in flipping 32 House seats across the country, giving them a majority of 233 seats, while Republicans bolstered their control of the Senate, gaining two seats. This shift of power, … Continue reading Blue wave or red wall?
In September, Facilities Management Director Skip Hartsell spoke to Student Senate about recycling on campus. “People finally asked [Hartsell], ‘Is the recycling being thrown away?’ And he was like, ‘some of it is,’” Environmental Concerns Committee (ECC) Chair Megan Cassingham … Continue reading Struggling to sustain
It’s now November, and that means final exams are around the corner. For many, this means sleepless nights spent in the library and study guides copied over and over. For others, however, this could mean something else entirely, something less … Continue reading The 82 percent problem
When you vote on November 6, you’ll see five issues on the ballot. One issue vies for term limits, another concerns casinos, another deals with voter identification, and the last one pushes for a gradual raise of the minimum wage. … Continue reading What is Issue 1?