By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor In my last article “America’s Religious Decline: Our Changing Country,” I talked about how religious affiliation is on the decline as well as church membership. In this article, I want to discuss how other factors … Continue reading America’s Religious Decline: The Cause and Effect
By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor I started watching “American Idol” when I was around 10 years old. The first season I watched from the beginning to the end was season 10, the season with “American Idol” contestants Scotty McCreery, Lauren … Continue reading My Ideal Top Three “American Idol” Contestants
By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor On March 29th, 2021, a Gallup poll showed that church membership fell below a majority (50%) for the first time in recorded American history, adding to a now very steady decline. Gallup is an 86-year-old … Continue reading America’s Religious Decline: Our Changing Country
By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor Have you ever had the experience of someone who tells you about everything that is going on in their lives seemingly without any reason? Have you then begun asking that person questions that they answer … Continue reading Talking with vs Talking at
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor I generally do not like talking about anything serious because it dampens the mood. However, I believe there should be more awareness on this topic. I do not want to disregard racism towards any other … Continue reading Let’s Talk: Hate Crimes Against Asians
By Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor On Nov. 19, 2020, Sia, famously known as a musician and songwriter, released the trailer for her film, “Music,” which she directed, produced and wrote. Since then, there has been major criticism, confusion and … Continue reading Sia’s Film “Music” Hurts the Autistic Community
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor In June of 2019 then-Mayor Pete Buttigieg said that the Electoral College is “undemocratic” and he wishes to abolish it, according to the Hill. In my opinion, the Electoral College was designed to be democratic. … Continue reading Abolish the Electoral College? I Disagree
By Andrea Mau Web Content Assistant Manager You have probably at least once in your life identified yourself as either an “extrovert” or an “introvert.” These personality trait terms, often incorporated into personality quizzes, are popular in both professional and … Continue reading Opinion: You are not an Extrovert or Introvert
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Halloween is overrated. I know that it’s an unpopular opinion, but as I grew older, the more overrated Halloween becomes. It’s stressful and time consuming, for like, no real reason? No one has to agree … Continue reading Halloween is a lot.
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor My stomach growled as I waited in line to buy a mini pizza from the Pizza Hut at LBJ Student Center. I purchased my food and went to George’s to eat lunch. As I ate, … Continue reading College is Female
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager With the Black Lives Matter movement and the impending election, emotions are running high and the mass media is using this to their advantage. People can be led like sheep when they are emotionally vulnerable, … Continue reading How To Be a Journalist in Times Like These
By Sierra Schuette Web Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. Being a commuter is hard. Sometimes it really sucks, but you may have … Continue reading Are You Commuting This Fall?
By Daniela Garcia Web Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. The influx of new bobcats spotted around campus lately lead me to believe it’s time to share what I know about saving money and stretching that dollar as modestly possible. Now, I’m no … Continue reading Saving Money