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Why do you Relay?

Jess Barnett, News Editor

May 2, 2019

Relay for Life is a fundraising event that comes to Bloomsburg Universities campus every year to raise money towards cancer research. The club on our campus, College Against Cancer, ran the event. The three top teams that raised...

What Ramadan is all about

Laura Comstock, OP/ED Columnist

May 2, 2019

Ramadan this year marks the first time since about a decade ago when the holiday coincided with the school year, and for the next 25 years, Ramadan will coincide with the school year. From May 5 to June 4, members of Bloomsburg...

Stress sucks

Lauren Young, OP/ED Columnist

May 2, 2019

It is that time in the semester where it feels like everything is going to come crashing down. It’s the dreaded weeks leading up to our sweet summer vacation. The only thing standing in our way is finals…and the 23 projects,...

Which car is best for college?

Aaron Albertson, Contributing Writer

May 2, 2019

Whenever you are visiting college campuses, it’s implied during your tour that everything you need is within walking distance of your dorm. While that might be true, sometimes it would be nice to have a vehicle to make trips...

Don’t ignore symptoms of depression

Abigail Prichett, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

Imagine that you’re walking to class on an icy December morning. Suddenly, you lose your footing and slip down a flight of stairs, painfully breaking your arm. Obviously you’re going to be excused from your classes for the...

This week in history:

Tristan Dzoch, History Club

May 2, 2019

One hundred years ago, 16 Bloomsburg University students gave their lives in service to their country in World War I. Since their sacrifice, they have been given a living memorial, originally consisting of a flagpole, a boulder...

Kristin Boyles

April 1, 2019

Family (still) matters

Family (still) matters

March 22, 2019

The letter of the law: Why we shouldn’t use literature to fuel political agendas

Gabriel Miller, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

I hate it when people misread older books and documents to mean whatever they want it to mean. Timeless pieces of art are reduced to whatever interests the reader at the expense of what the author is actually saying. Charles Di...

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