By Ally BolenderWeb Content Assistant Manager When I told my professor that I wasn’t intending on finding a job directly after graduating, his eyebrows furrowed. Throughout my years at college, the idea of job hunting has always been intensely stressed. … Continue reading A Job? In This Economy?
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor “Trick-or-treat,” a seemingly innocent phrase that children say when they’re out trick-or-treating. Most people will hear the phrase and not think about it. To many, the phrase is about handing out candy to dressed-up kids … Continue reading The Worst of Halloween Past
By Tiger ShiNews Director On Sept. 18, 2020, the United States Supreme Court lost an icon. This icon was an inspiration for American women of both sides of the political spectrum. Nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, she was … Continue reading Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
By Tiger ShiWeb content Contributor Last year, my junior year, was the first year I lived off-campus. I was roommates with a great high school friend during my freshman year. During my sophomore year, I got assigned to an obnoxious … Continue reading A Message To My Roommates
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor One thing everyone should know about me is that I have the weirdest dreams. These dreams that my brain like to concoct will always have me playing the adventurer. Or at least the few that … Continue reading When the Giant Troll Roams
By Paige GreeneAssistant Web Content Manager Is school and getting an education really about learning, or are we just getting the grade needed to get by? A study in 2002 found that more than 80% of college students base their … Continue reading Are We Learning Anymore?
By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager I was never a social kid. I had attachment issues and easily became my mother’s permanent shadow. By the time I entered fifth grade I was destined to be lonely. With my lack of … Continue reading My Fictional Boyfriends Ruined Romance For Me
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor When planning what to write about this week, a few topics came to mind that all had an equal amount of importance and timeliness, so I thought, why not talk about them all? Here are … Continue reading September Favs: Music, Media & More
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Interior decorating is one of my favorite things. I spend much of my free time watching HGTV, scrolling through Pinterest and watching YouTube videos of people decorating their rooms. Seeing other people and their artistic … Continue reading Revamp Your Room on a Budget
By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor Painting has recently become a favorite pass time for me. I initially started because I was looking for something easy to do with friends. Eventually, it became an expressive and creative outlet for me. While … Continue reading Practice Makes Perfect
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor I grew up in an area where I was able to make and keep a close-knit group of friends. However, as I got older and gained more life experience; I made new friends that are … Continue reading The Friend Type
By Tiger Shi Web Content Contributor We all know that feeling. Whether it was a memorable Super Bowl game, a tense presidential election or an award-winning movie …it always went down in history. There are physical books which kept records … Continue reading Printed Almanacs, What’s the Point?
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Have you ever wanted to live in a fantasy world? A world with castles, knights, and mythological medieval creatures. A place you can only imagine from fairytale books or see in fantasy movies. With COVID-19 … Continue reading Living in a Fantasy
By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor Developing and maintaining a healthy diet can be difficult when certain products are expensive. As a college student on a tight budget, it is easy to stick to a bad diet when choosing between health … Continue reading Eating Healthy on a Budget
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Recently a debate sparked on my twitter timeline that has brought attention to just how much the fashion industry runs on reminding lower-class Americans that they can not afford nice-things and should feel guilty because … Continue reading Fashion isn’t for the Lower Class
By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor Dr. Seuss’s book “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” has become a staple graduation gift given to thousands each year. It became a popular gift to give graduates because of its messages about exploring the world … Continue reading The Importance of being alone
By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor With the end of my college career nearing, it dawned on me that I have so much more I could do. People always say that college will be the best years of your life, but … Continue reading 6 Things To-Do Before I Turn 25
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Have you ever wondered what it was like to be someone else? You don’t want to change yourself as a person or anything drastic. You just want to see how it would be like to … Continue reading Play Pretend
By Joshua PaezMusic Journalist If you’re having trouble sleeping, then music may be the solution to helping you achieve better quality rest at night. Sleep is a biological necessity that has many benefits to our mental and physical health that … Continue reading Music May Help You Sleep Better
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Similar to what faculty and student organizations are doing, KTSW is preparing to adjust for the fall semester. These are tough times. We are already dealing with the stressful workload, rising tuition costs, apartment/living expenses– … Continue reading B2SB: Keeping Grades Up and Staying Healthy