Three Horses I’d Consider Trading My Car For If Gas Prices Keep Rising

Staff Writer: Emily Werner Gas prices keep rising in the United States and are currently above $4.00 in the Charlotte area. The minimum wage in North Carolina is a measly $7.25, making it incredibly hard for minimum wage workers to afford gas. Most college students who work fall into this boat. I sure do. IfContinue reading “Three Horses I’d Consider Trading My Car For If Gas Prices Keep Rising”

Six Comedies to Watch if You Are Missing (or sick of) The Office

Staff Writer: Emily Werner The combination of winter temperatures and COVID make it incredibly difficult to go out and do things. For the past two years, we’ve been confined to our homes, many of us having nothing else to do but schoolwork or watch TV.  Before NBC took it to their own streaming service lastContinue reading “Six Comedies to Watch if You Are Missing (or sick of) The Office”

A College Student’s Guide to Valentine’s Day

Staff Writer: Madelyn Cherry Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and couples are getting excited to go out and celebrate. From flowers and teddy bears to diamond earrings, Valentine’s Day is one of the economy’s favorite holidays. Worldwide, people scramble to find the perfect gift for their significant other to make Valentine’s Day special. Continue reading “A College Student’s Guide to Valentine’s Day”

Savannah’s Scoop

Staff Writer: Savannah Phillips I was inspired this week. Today, I want to inspire you… Tuesday night, I attended the lyceum,  “Inspiration, Creativity, Direct Action, Courage and Fortitude” by Julie Bee, founder, and president of BeeSmart Social Media. After listening to her message, I felt empowered.  During the lecture, Bee stressed how fear is whatContinue reading “Savannah’s Scoop”