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Basnet: Finding the secrets of the universe

Basnet: Finding the secrets of the universe

Sanskar Basnet, IC Columnist
October 25
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Collaboration is an essential component of groundbreaking scientific research. Most of the solutions to societies’ problems came through collaboration. Scientists are also continuously inquiring, challenging existing knowledge, building up curiosity and finding new ways to understand the mysteries...

Schnipke: The journey of friendship

Schnipke: The journey of friendship

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
October 25
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Just a few days ago, I was scrolling through my Facebook news feed and saw a cute notification: “Congrats Emily, you’ve been friends with Jessica Harker for one year! Time to celebrate!” First of all, Facebook is getting really creepy with reminding me about events. Secondly, I can’t believe...

Sennett: The Imaginary Invalid – A Review

Sennett: The Imaginary Invalid – A Review

Evan Sennett, IC Columnist
October 25
Filed under Columns, Opinion

A mountain of file cabinets protrudes from the stage floor. A desk. A couch. A decrepit wheelchair. Suddenly, a brightly costumed cast emerges from a secret door within the file cabinets. The University of Toledo Department of Theater and Film presents the final farce of Molière, The Imaginary Invalid. The file cab...

Sanders: Fencing – the student’s best stress reliever

Sanders: Fencing – the student’s best stress reliever

William Sanders III, IC Columnist
October 18
Filed under Columns, Opinion

What makes fencing the most stress-relieving sport for a college student? First, for those of you who don’t know that much about fencing, it actually holds three different events for three different types of swords: foil, epee and sabre, sabre being the best of course! Presenting an aggressive and...

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Rasey: Community healing after the presidential election

Zachary Rasey, IC Columnist
October 18
Filed under Columns, Opinion

There is no second guessing that our society is going through a very nasty presidential campaign process. The mood is repulsive and statements that we’d normally frown upon are becoming acceptable in our public spaces. Some say it comes with the currents; that we should allow a little bit of loose...

Rinckey: It’s a spider!

Rinckey: It’s a spider!

Morgan Rinckey, IC Columnist
October 18
Filed under Columns, Opinion

I’m studying abroad in England right now, and if there’s one thing we know about the country, it’s that they call soccer, football, and that it’s often cold and rainy. Because the weather is dismal throughout the week, oftentimes creepy-crawly things try to get into the warm dorms. In this case,...

Editorial: A little too spooky

Editorial: A little too spooky

Editorial Board
October 11
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

It’s that time of year again. No, we don’t mean the time of pumpkin spice lattes, apple picking and general fall fun. It’s the time of year when all the people who love Halloween a little too much come out of the woodwork. It’s time to get spooky. But what happens when scaring people goes too...

Letter to the editor: What’s the point of a zero on a late assignment?

Letter to the Editor
October 11
Filed under Letters, Opinion

We all know the saying “better late than never” so why then do some teachers believe it’s better not to accept late work whatsoever? Being a student, I completely understand the trials and tribulations one encounters on a daily basis. That being said, sometimes students are just unable to complete...

Ayoub: Nothing like a Chicago vacation

Ayoub: Nothing like a Chicago vacation

Samar Ayoub, IC Columnist
October 11
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Do you remember how excited you were whenever you heard that statement, “All right kids, we’re going on vacation!?” I don’t know about you, but it was among the top five statements to hear my parents make; well, maybe the most important statement for a 10-year-old kid. I want to think that everybody...

Harker: Does it matter who does dishes?

Harker: Does it matter who does dishes?

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
October 11
Filed under Columns, Opinion

I usually don’t do the dishes at my apartment, and I usually don’t do my own laundry. No, I don’t live at home anymore and no, it’s not all the time, but during the workweek, that is a very true statement. That’s really only made possible because my boyfriend of almost two years helps and does...

Editorial: Why football won’t change anytime soon

Editorial: Why football won’t change anytime soon

Editorial Board
October 4
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In the news recently was the tragic death of a high school football player from Euclid, Ohio, Andre Jackson, who was injured during a game. While there are a multitude of factors that went into his tragic and untimely death, it seemed to add fuel to an already burning fire that outraged the community...

Harker: Why I think Charmed made me feminist

Harker: Why I think Charmed made me feminist

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
October 4
Filed under Columns, Opinion

My dad always jokes that I was born a liberal; he thinks it must have been some kind of mix up since he’s pretty much the poster boy for the Republican party. For a while I thought I must have taken after my mom, but that was mostly me insinuating my own views on someone who never spoke about theirs....

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