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Gen X and False Millennial Stereotypes

Jennifer Plain, Contributing Columnist

April 18, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

As a 41-year-old undergraduate, I am considered a non-traditional college student. I admit to being nervous walking through the doors of Marting Hall on my first day and wondering if I could ever fit in. But, being a part of the...

Ignorance is Bliss: Never Questioning Canada

Kalie Johnson, Features Editor

March 30, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

“I always thought I dreamt of Canada.” I wrote that today in my notebook during class while we were discussing a book I should have paid more attention to. I wrote it out of a feeling that I wasn’t certain if my childhood...

Embracing the Unconventional

Kalie Johnson, Features Editor

March 14, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

Exploring how passions develop from irregular experiences.

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Was Newton Wrong?

Jessica Davis, Contributing Writer

March 14, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

Dr. Stacy McGaugh explains what the nature of the universe may be.

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Generational Stereotyping

Katie Rider, Contributing Columnist

February 23, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

Generational stereotyping is the most blatant discrimination I deal with on a daily basis. As I am a minority woman, this may come as a surprise. American news is saturated with racial confrontations, gender confrontations, partisan...

Ladies Who Brunch

Gabriella Radak

April 14, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

For this issue, myself and the other editors also known as “The Ladies Who Brunch,” decided to take a trip down Bagley to have Sunday brunch at Perk-Cup! Café and Grille. Located at 561 W Bagley Rd, it is only a few minutes’...

Health Center’s Mind Spa Helps Winter Blues

Julie Wagner, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The winter weather seems to be sticking around and it will most likely be here until finals week, but that does not mean that students need to be a Grumpy Cat about it. All anyone needs is a 30 minute appointment with the Health...

Concerns About Campus Safety, Lack of Lights

Kaitlin Carr, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Are you afraid of the dark? Are you afraid to leave your residence hall after the sun goes down? With all of the recent incidents around the Berea area, it raises the question; how safe are we here at Baldwin Wallace? I like...

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