THE EXPONENT

3 Binge-Worthy Shows for When Quarantine Boredom Strikes

Sarah Lyons, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

If online classes aren’t keeping you busy enough, there are three thrilling Netflix series that will.

The Power of ‘Quiet’ Shows Value of Introverts in a Noisy Society

Hanna Walker, Managing Editor

March 9, 2020

It’s quite the accomplishment for a book to remain on the bestseller’s list for an entire year, but Susan Cain’s nonfiction masterpiece “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” has surpassed that feat by seven years.

‘The Invisible Man’ finds inventiveness within an old story

Justin McMullen, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

It should be said that horror veteran Leigh Whannel’s new stylish sci-fi thriller “The Invisible Man” isn’t exactly breaking new ground.

Editorial: Stigma surrounding rape must be discussed, eradicated

Editorial Staff

March 9, 2020

The general public knows that rape is a crime and will not be tolerated.

We’re Vegetarian and We’ve got Beef

D’Ella Heschmeyer, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

One could argue that right now is the best time to be vegetarian that it has ever been.

We can’t trust what all primary results have to say

Jesse Kucewicz, Managing Editor

March 9, 2020

As technology changes, so do the campaign strategies of politicians who are all trying to get a leg up on the competition.

Editorial: Increased course caps breaks promise, inhibits student success

Exponent Staff

February 20, 2020

When students come to Baldwin Wallace, they expect small class sizes as promised by the school website: “our 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio means professors know you by name and face.”

The paradox of mental health on a college campus

Hanna Walker, Managing Editor

February 20, 2020

When we enter college as bright and wide-eyed freshmen, we’re told the next four years will be the “time of our lives.”

Adjusting Buzzy’s limited hours would benefit everyone

Haley Strnad, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

Like everybody in the world, students sometimes run out of groceries.

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