Will the Groundhog See His Shadow?

                When it comes to February 2nd, Groundhog Day, I feel most people have a love-hate relationship with the all-knowing groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil. If you don’t know who Phil is, he is a groundhog who determines our fate for a long or short winter season.... Read more →

What’s with all the protests?

                The meaning behind the riots in Ferguson, Mo. and across the country isn’t just to get justice for one innocent, young man. It’s for justice for a 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a “neighborhood watchman” after buying Skittles from a nearby... Read more →

Black “Friday”

              The Halloweekend is coming to a close and with that, we welcome the month of Thanksgiving and all that its chilliness has to offer. A much needed break and quality family time is looming and us college students can hardly contain our excitement. Thanksgiving has always... Read more →

3x3x3 Fall Shades

Cassie Zimmer - Blogger                     Fall continues its strong suit having almost successfully turned every leaf into a divine radiance that embellishes the campus sidewalks. With that, Fall Fashion continues to plunder on and are we complaining?... Read more →

The Senior Perspective: Fearbola

Anyone who is a SNL fan knows and loves Seth Meyers for being able to take any serious issue and make it funny, even for a moment. Now that he has his own show, he’s had many opportunities to make the viewers laugh. One of the topics he recently tackled was Ebola. Ebola has been a big topic in the news these... Read more →

Why ISU Needs to Keep the “DD”

              As you have probably heard by now, the city of Bloomington is trying to ixnay the ISU student designated driver. A long running “tradition” so to speak, students from all over campus drive around their cars for a night giving rides to their fellow, usually... Read more →