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Abigail Pritchett, BU Democrats

October 31, 2019

He shakes his tiny fingers at hordes of reporters, his orange face turning an angry tint of red. He yells angrily, his wispy mop of piss-blonde hair being blown lightly by the wind. He appears to be having quite the temper tantrum,...

Newton’s forgotten law

Kristin Boyles, Op/Ed Assistant Editor

October 31, 2019

Pursuing a higher education, as we all know too well, has left our wallets dry. Interestingly, for one of my classes, I was required to do a data discussion on a topic of my choosing, and I was curious about how the cost of college...

Last Word

Abigail Pritchett, BU Democrats

October 24, 2019

Alright, to commence this article, I’ll start by saying that I don’t completely disagree with you, but my reasoning is different.  I think that at this point in time, it’s almost too late to even go through with the entir...

Last Week in History

Last Week in History

October 24, 2019

Companies are taking a stand

Philip Denelsbeck and Emily Spaulding

October 24, 2019

On Sept. 20, more than 1,000 brands took a stand against governmental inaction on the issue of climate change. Brands such as Patagonia, Wordpress, and Ben & Jerry’s participated in this strike, as well as another strike...

First Word

Robert Malafi, BU Republicans

October 17, 2019

At the center of American politics, Congress decided to investigate impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. Impeachment of a president is rare, considering only two have ever been tried. In the case of President Trump, the House...

Maintaining hope in a seemingly hopeless time

Kristin Boyles, Assistant Op/Ed Editor

October 17, 2019

Our world would be nothing without hope. Sometimes I think that we forget the power behind such a small word. In this constant storm of negativity, it is only the hopeful who will change the world: who can see the world for what...

‘Treat yourself”

Ed Murphy, Digital Managing Editor

October 17, 2019

Over the course of my three and a half years here at Bloomsburg, I have had all sorts of schedules: the heavy MWF 50 minutes classes, the once a week six to nines, and the eighteen plus credit workloads. During my tenure, I believe...

Breaking stressful stigmas

Justine Davis, Contributing Writer

October 17, 2019

College is irrevocably damaging the mental health of students, and every party involved is allowing it to happen without a fight.  It is seen in the dark, quiet corners of the library each night before the closing announcement...

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