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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...

Own your major

Anna Jaskiewicz, Op/Ed Editor

April 25, 2019

I really don’t understand why, as a society, we constantly try to bring other people down about themselves. It seems like a massive character flaw that I’d figured we’d grow out of after middle school.  Unfortunately, it is all but too evident in my day-to-day...

Family (still) matters

Family (still) matters

March 21, 2019

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

Gabriel Miller, Staff Writer

March 21, 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...

Get the facts on feminism

Kristin Boyles Op, Ed Columnist

March 21, 2019

Since it is Women’s History Month, it is only necessary we talk about the absolute taboos of what it means to be a woman in American society. From the feminist movement to #MeToo to International Women’s Day – among other...

View from the Voice: Don’t start what you can’t finish

March 21, 2019

The light street pedestrian bridge has been an eyesore for passersby since the mid-point of the fall semester. It has not only been an eyesore for some, but the culmination of lack of follow-through from the university.A bridge near the entrance of the Honeysuckle Apartments complex has been on the docket ...

Why we should trash our use of Styrofoam

Lauren Young Op, Ed Columnist

March 1, 2019

Styrofoam: an epidemic even worse than plastic. Styrofoam is used for so many everyday functions such as take-out containers, boxes, cups, and packing material in packages.Styrofoam never breaks down and is not recyclable. It can however break into small pieces that are small enough to choke animals should...

View from the voice: We’re living in the era of outrage

March 1, 2019

When news broke that “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett had been brutally assaulted by two noose-carrying men in Chicago, condemnations and commentaries poured in from every corner of the nation. It was a narrative we all expected was true: a pair of racist aggressors, spurred on by President Trump...

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