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Volunteer to give thanks

November 21, 2014

Rachael Watson, Staff Writer The dictionary describes a first responder as, “a person who is among those responsible for going immediately to the scene of an accident or emergency to provide assistance,” and it is correct. First responders are people such as police officers, paramedics, EMT’s,...

Friendship found in a small package

November 21, 2014

Spencer Weddle, Staff Writer This is time of year where most people sit down sip on a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and reflect on what they’re thankful for. There are several things I’m thankful for family, friends, health, the fact Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has been cancelled (You know, the usual stuff)....

Time to thank those who sacrifice and serve

November 21, 2014

Tina Farquain, News Editor During the holidays students return home and distant relatives surface, but for many families in America, and in Bryan County, loved ones do not get to return home. The reason being is because they are American soldiers and they are sacrificing their lives for their country...

Giving back to the community as a student

November 21, 2014

Molly Raley, Managing Editor Something that I know about is being broke. I understand being a student and working as much as possible is something that almost every college student can relate to. With the holidays right around the corner, one thing that I have been thinking a lot about is giving. To...

Making memories that will last a lifetime

November 21, 2014

Justice Graham, Contributing Writer As I go through my every day life, bogged down with the mundane routine of work, class, and extracurricular activities. With the everyday concerns of food, money and a social life, I truly forget how to be thankful. One forgets about all the things a person has to...

Friendsgiving: a new tradition

November 21, 2014

Tina Farquain, News Editor Friendsgiving is a relatively new term. According to the Urban Dictionary, it is the celebration of Thanksgiving dinner with your friends. College is the place, people say, where you make some of your best life-long friends. For most this is true. I have made great friend...

Raising awareness about human trafficking

November 21, 2014

Madison Thames, Staff Writer Over the course of history many laws have been implemented to attempt to stop human trafficking in the United States. While the problem of modern-day slavery is not improving, we speculate on if the government is doing all that they can to actually stop it. Even former...

Voice your opinion and cast your vote

November 6, 2014

Molly Raley, Managing Editor With elections right around the corner, it is important for voters to understand the importance of the voting process. Being a registered voter, means being a part of something bigger and better than oneself. It is a way for everyone to use their amendment rights and have...

Ebola: Is the panic really necessary?

November 6, 2014

Rachael Watson, Staff Writer The Ebola virus is big news, and for good reason. But, the way I see it panic and fear are spreading faster than the actual virus these days. I agree that this is a serious matter that should be handled with the utmost seriousness and caution, however America and the rest...

Student evaluates Mayweather

November 5, 2014

Spencer Weddle, Staff Writer “He bit me, he (expletive) bit me”, barked Floyd Mayweather as he marched around the ring. He gets another win, this time by decision. Another victory over Marcos Maidana makes him 47-0 as a boxer. The only thing I can bring myself to say is, “This guy isn’t the...

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