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Nearhoof: Alcohol makes for “unsteady” lives, families and much more

Nearhoof: Alcohol makes for “unsteady” lives, families and much more

Rachel Nearhoof, Associate Director of Photography, Webmaster and Social Media Coordinator.
April 4, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Do you have a friend who always seems to have a drink in his or her hand? Or a flask in his or her bag? We all know someone who likes to drink, and we all know someone who likes to drink a little bit too much. But do you know how to tell the difference between casual drinking and when it can become a...

Healthy relationships matter

Healthy relationships matter

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
February 14, 2017
Filed under Community

Being in a relationship in 2017 is a completely different world than it was when our grandparents were doing the jitterbug. Romantic relationships for college students start from text messages, Tinder, mutual friendships, group projects or even running into each other at Chasers. But these casual...

Harker: Does it matter who does dishes?

Harker: Does it matter who does dishes?

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
October 11, 2016
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: UT’s problems with academic advising

Editorial Board
September 6, 2016
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Academic advising is an important tool that successful colleges use to build strong relationships with their students and their future alumni whose contributions can be vital to the alma mater’s problems. By effectively aligning the academic and career interests of students, advisers become one of...

Knock at the back door

Knock at the back door

Joe Heidenescher, Community Editor
February 10, 2016
Filed under Community

It’s Valentine’s Day, and you and your significant other planned something special. You go out to dinner, watch a movie, share gifts of chocolate and flowers, but the real treat comes when you get under the sheets. You may want to try something new, and one of you might even suggest “the back door.”...

Lutz: 10 steps for getting over a past relationship

Lutz: 10 steps for getting over a past relationship

Devan Lutz, IC Columnist
April 8, 2015
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Getting over a breakup can be difficult. OK, let’s face it, getting over a breakup is hard. It’s hard for anyone; however, there are ways to make getting over a breakup easier. Here is a list of 10 things that have helped me get over an ex in the past. 1. Cut off contact You know you’re no...

Rhodes: Love despite divorce

Rhodes: Love despite divorce

Samantha Rhodes, Managing Editor
April 1, 2015
Filed under By My Side

How I learned to empathize with my parents

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Cartoon: Umm?

Samantha Heinze, Editorial Cartoonist
April 1, 2015
Filed under By My Side

Rinckey: Sisters by chance, friends by choice

Rinckey: Sisters by chance, friends by choice

Morgan Rinckey, Opinion Editor
April 1, 2015
Filed under By My Side

When I was a kid, my best friends were my sisters — but I wasn’t my sisters’ best friend. They bonded for two years before I was born, quickly becoming the best of friends and purposely not giving me an invitation to the club. But it wasn’t for lack of trying. I tried every trick in the...

Saba: Miles apart but never at heart

Saba: Miles apart but never at heart

Alexandria Saba, Community Editor
April 1, 2015
Filed under By My Side

We hugged one last time and when I got in the car, he shut my door for me. As I buckled myself in for the long drive home, I watched as the boy I spent so many days and nights with walked away from me and into the door of his new home. This was one of the hardest moments of my life to just sit back...

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