National News

Fatal Shooting at Cobb Theater

On Jan. 13, 2014, a man was fatally wounded and his wife injured during a shooting at the Cobb Movie Theater in Wesley Chapel. According to the police reports, the male victim, identified as Chad Oulson, 43, was texting during the previews before a showing of the movie Lone Survivor. The alleged shooter, identified as… Continue reading Fatal Shooting at Cobb Theater

Campus News

A Crime of Laziness

Many have seen these blemishes before in countless locations: the plastic bag blowing in the wind like a tumbleweed, the piles of discarded cigarette butts, and the dejected empty cans and bottles left to sit alone in corners. Littering is possibly one of the most common occurrences that pollutes the world because almost anyone can… Continue reading A Crime of Laziness

A &E

Reviewing the Return to Hoenn

On Nov. 21, Nintendo and Game Freak released the long-awaited remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire versions: Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire versions for the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems. In the past games and the remakes, players could choose to play as either a male or female character and start their journey in… Continue reading Reviewing the Return to Hoenn

National News

The World’s Lost and Sometimes Found

Amelia Earhart, Roanoke Colony, Atlantis, and the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine among others share one thing in common: they are all lost in history. Well, two things in common really: they are popular discussion topics for conspiracy theorists. Some members of this list of missing parts of history have been found, while others remain lost… Continue reading The World’s Lost and Sometimes Found

A &E

A Poll of Super Proportions!

Who is your favorite comic book character? It can be hard to decide which character is your favorite because a lot goes into making a character come to life from the storylines of the comics. The following list is the top twenty comic book characters as decided by students at the University. Thor Company –… Continue reading A Poll of Super Proportions!

Campus News

The Clichés of Cleaning

There is a clichéd notion that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” In some instances this may be true, but in others it is completely false. One such instance of the latter I have discovered is working over the summer as a housekeeper cleaning the residence halls on campus. The job is not pretty… Continue reading The Clichés of Cleaning

A &E

A Want of Brains and A Lack of Intelligence

One year before the premiere of “The Walking Dead,” the original text of “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen was injected with zombies by author Seth Grahame-Smith to create the mashup novel “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” While the novel largely retains Austen’s classic story with a hint of zombies for modern color, the film… Continue reading A Want of Brains and A Lack of Intelligence

Sports

A Look Ahead: The 2016 Men’s Lacrosse Season

  The University’s Men’s Lacrosse kicks off their season this upcoming Saturday against Emmanuel College. The Lions finished last season with a record of 7-7 while Emmanuel finished at 3-10. Two time defending national champions Limestone come to town the following Saturday on Feb. 20 followed by a number of tough non-conference games “I am… Continue reading A Look Ahead: The 2016 Men’s Lacrosse Season

Editorials

How Far Is Too Far: Cyber Vigilantes

“We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.” These are the words commonly associated with the online “hacktivist” and activist group Anonymous, which Time magazine has stated are one of the 100 most influential “people” in the world in 2012. There’s certainly no doubt that Anonymous has… Continue reading How Far Is Too Far: Cyber Vigilantes