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Summer jobs provide invaluable experience

Morgan Mickavicz Assist. Op, Ed Editor

April 13, 2017

     While many college students already spend their winter breaks, spring breaks and long summer vacations to work for some extra money (broke college student struggle), there are many benefits to these jobs students may not be aware of. Of course, having money to pay for college, gas ...

Under-reported tragedy in Chechnya: LGBT rights are ripped away in southern European Russia

Arianna Erdman, Managing Editor

April 13, 2017

     With all the horrible things happening with Syria and the rest of the Middle East right now, one would hope that there was some sort of light at the end of the dark tunnel of global political catastrophe. Sadly, this article won’t be that light. Instead, it’s an article...

Russell Westbrook: the new triple-double king

Adam Zalewski, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

     In typical heart-stopping fashion, Russell Westbrook has set the record for triple-doubles in an NBA season with number 42 on the year, which came Sunday against the Denver Nuggets. Westbrook clinched this historic mark with an assist to Semaj Christon with a little over four minut...

Internationally-acclaimed anime gets Americanized face-lift

Zachary Deretz, Contributing Writer

April 13, 2017

Scarlett Johansson puts on an intriguing performance as Major in the American take on “Ghost in the Shell.” Major Motoko Kusanagi, a cyber-enhanced  human  battles technological terrorism in...

The return of ‘Beast Mode?’: Marshawn Lynch could return to NFL, Oakland a possibility

Brian Abbate, Chief Copy Editor

April 13, 2017

     “I’m just here so I won’t get fined,” said the infamous troll, Marshawn Lynch, during Super Bowl media day in January 2015. This was, of course, mere days before the Seattle Seahawks decided to throw the ball on the 1-yard line instead of handing it off to L...

Hipster trends that have fashioned the future

Arianna Erdman, Managing Editor

April 13, 2017

     Live and let live, right? It’s 2017, right? Well, yeah, it’s 2017, which means we’re living in that quirky, colorful, technological sci-fi future that everyone was writing about 50 or 60 years ago, and you can tell. From body modifications to tattoos to two-toned ...

Daniel A. Wubah: Microbiologist

Rachel Wright, News Editor

April 13, 2017

     The third university presidential candidate to visit campus is Daniel A. Wubah. Wubah is a microbiologist by trade as he received his doctorate degree from University of Georgia in Botany and Microbiology, his masters in Biology from University of Akron and his bachelors in Botany ...

Disney’s latest remake: A box office ‘beast’

Rachel Wright, News Editor

April 13, 2017

The “Beauty and the Beast” remake recently hit the mark for the twenty-ninth highest-grossing film of all time.      Live-action remakes seem to be a trend in filmmaking over the last few years. ...

BU softball sweeps IUP in double header: Junior Taylor Parker hits home runs in both games, ignites offense

Jake McDonnell, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

     On Sunday afternoon, the Bloomsburg University softball team extended its winning streak to three games, picking up 8-2 and 5-3 victories over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Central Division Rival, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Huskies are now 14-12 on the ...

My scaly, crawly, buddy

Sam Kern, Features Editor

April 13, 2017

     When people think of pets, they always think of a furry little four-legged creature that snuggles up to them on rainy days. But for me, I was excited to get a Bearded Dragon. He was a little scaly thing, the runt of the group when I went to pick him up from a frie...

Huskies of the Week

The Voice, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

     Freshman Tyler Nowmos earned Husky of the Week honors with his impressive offensive performance in the opening game of a Bloomsburg baseball double header against Clarion on April 11. Nowmos blasted three ho...

Climate Change, Paris Agreement Now Dirty Words: Government agencies are now self-censoring to avoid potential backlash

The Voice, Features Editor

April 13, 2017

     Future c****** scientists beware, the divide over the validity of your profession and your research has gone deeper than the Grand Canyon. Certain words are now not being used in government departments out of fear of retaliation from those in power who chose not to believe in them....

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