Men's Basketball
50 years of men’s basketball and soccer
December 3, 2014
A look back at the 50 year history of men's soccer and the past 50 years of men's basketball, both the good and the bad, the successful and unsuccessful.
News
Tongues of Faith: Campus Ministry, Gesu Parish offer Spanish masses as Hispanic population rises
December 3, 2014
Maria Rivera, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences and a Campus Ministry assistant, knows that her position as a Latino Ministry leader acknowledges that there are people with growing needs that need to be met.
Arts & Entertainment
A New Twist on Traditional Treats
December 3, 2014
It’s that time of year again to make holiday cookies. This season, try making oatmeal cookie sandwiches and my grandma’s sweet empanadas.
Arts & Entertainment
Journey:  Ben Teich
December 3, 2014
When officer elections for Circle K were coming up last year, then-freshman in the College of Engineering Ben Teich jokingly told friends he was going to run for president. However, after his friends encouraged him to actually run for the position, Teich took a leap and decided to reach for this goal.
Viewpoints
The minimum wage debate on the college campus
December 3, 2014
A voice that isn't heard often in the minimum wage debate is that of student employees, full-time students who work part-time at on-campus jobs and often earn near or just above the minimum wage.
Arts & Entertainment
Add or drop–just do you
November 13, 2014
To my close-to-five loyal readers out there, I apologize that I have been out of the loop recently. This semester has definitely taken its toll on me.