A chance opportunity changes this man’s life for the better, all from answering an ad in a newspaper. From working to help homeless people to starting a music career to battling depression, Charlie Parr shares his heartwarming story….

The hardest part about starting the school year is adjusting from summer traditions back into a studious routine. If you spent the month of July drinking smoothies and sitting under the sun, you might be having withdrawals from those…

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A Heartfelt Farewell to My Desk

Well, desk, it looks like this is it. After a short year and a half as the features editor, my time is drawing to a close. I know, I know. It’s hard on me too. All the good times,…

On a snowy spring day, five men froze outside of the Union as they took turns preaching to the (largely mobile) masses. Preaching to roaming crowds on a college campus isn’t for the faint of heart, or for the…

What They Wear | Sondos A.

Sondos Abdelrahman, freshman, biological sciences “I wear the hijab as a sign of modesty and respect. Sometimes it isn’t easy on hot days, but I like it — there isn’t one correct way to wear the hijab so you…

What They Wear | Priyanka S.

Priyanka Swami, Ph.D. student, pharmaceutical sciences “A red spot high on the forehead signifies that I am married. A bindi, which is worn closer to between the eyes, is the mark of concentration and having a peaceful mind. I…

What they Wear | Rhianne B.

Rhianne Bowman, sophomore, English education It’s such a part of my identity, so I’m happy to represent it. I keep Chi Alpha on my backpack because if I can start a conversation that’s great.