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Professionalize your experiences

Anna Jaskiewicz, Op/Ed Editor

February 6, 2020

I think it’s safe to assume that most of us students here at Bloomsburg University have decided to come to college in order to better prepare ourselves for the professional world and to gain valuable skills and abilities.  ...

Dating in the technological age

Anna Jaskiewicz, Op/Ed Editor

February 6, 2020

With Valentine’s Day approaching, it might be a good time to try and answer a question that seems to keep popping up: Is dating a thing of the past? Obviously, many of us have romantic partners to whom we are committed but whom...

Howling Huskies

February 6, 2020

“Personally I would like to see anyone BUT Donald Trump in office after the 2020 election. We need someone in office who is as concerned about social welfare/justice as the economy and job creation. This country was built on th...

Negativities in the news

Kristin Boyles, Op/Ed Assistant Editor

January 30, 2020

If you know me well, you know how much I hate the news cycle. It’s ironic since I literally work for The Voice, a student-run newspaper. I started last semester condemning the way that our media covers local and world happenings...

This Week in History

Tristan Dzoch

January 30, 2020

After being in operation for around five years, Auschwitz was finally liberated by the Soviets on January 27th, 1945.  Auschwitz was one of the largest of a series of concentration camps created by the Nazi regime to exterminate ...

The problem with plastic

SarahEmily D'Agostino, A&E Editor

January 30, 2020

One thing I notice every day on campus is water bottles. I like seeing the different reusable water bottles and the stickers that decorate them, as well as the different kinds of single-use water bottles that students tend to...

Don’t panic

Ethan Holub, Contributing Writer

January 30, 2020

It can be very easy to freak out about a new “super-virus” in the news, as evidenced by the Ebola epidemic in 2014, SARS in the early 2000s, or even the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.  However, even though I have also experienced some p...

Fighting against fake news

Ed Murphy, Digital Managing Editor

January 30, 2020

The recent death of former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant brought out the worst in people during this digital age. False reports over the deceased and the number of deceased ran rampant through various social media sites. The false...

Battle for bilingualism

Kristin Boyles, Op/Ed Assistant Editor

December 5, 2019

Retail and grocery stores during the holidays can get a little hectic. Everyone is trying to redeem their free turkey certificates, buying out cranberry sauce and stuffing mixes, and stocking up on after-dinner snacks or discounted...

Finding peace on a porch

Ed Murphy, Digital Managing Editor

December 5, 2019

Thanksgiving breaks are always highlighted by going home, seeing friends and family and of course the annual feast. For me the personal highlight is the solitude of my front porch and a case of Miller Lite.  During the semester I hustle. I bust my ass on an...

Last Word

Noah Roux, BU Republicans

December 5, 2019

The death penalty is a complex issue. Some individuals like to argue about the topic from a moral/value perspective, while some would prefer to look at statistics and how much death row costs the American taxpayer.  I think that there is merit in each of these...

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