Considering the significance of a little kindness By Stephen Cook With the holidays quickly approaching, the weather, the music on the radio and front yard decorations are all about to change. Unfortunately, those aren’t the only things that change seasonally.
It is an interesting idea to think of what the future of education holds. With the popularity of online classes, will we start to see actual on-campus attendance start to dwindle? What will community colleges look like in 10 years?
By David Hurtado Life is hard. It’s even harder when your sense of self-worth is easily offended by every little thing that there ever was. In recent weeks, calls to change team name of the Washington Redskins have grown increasingly louder, on the grounds that it’s
Efficiency is found in procedure. Not to mention, it keeps society operating smoothly. Within the college, several faculty-driven governing bodies exist to aid in maintaining a smooth functioning campus. But when procedure is ignored, significant concern and chaos is inevitable.
By Stephen Cook When I pulled into his driveway a little before 6 a.m. President Sopcich acted surprised. “I didn’t think you were going to show up,” he said. So my day with the college president began. I met President
By Farhin Lilywala Okay. You caught me. I did not come to the college out of my own will. My financial situation kind of forced me in to it. I thought I was destined to do “bigger and better things,”
Well isn’t this a fine kettle of fish? The once thriving, volunteer run, secular Brown and Gold Club has been has been folded into the Shepherd’s Center, an “interfaith, multicultural organization providing services to 1,200 people in Wyandotte County” according
Voting is important. Voting is important? It changes from a statement to a question depending on what you are voting on. Capital punishment, important. MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, not important. Student Senate elections, now that’s a tough question.
By Mac Moore Two bombs went off at the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. According to ABC News, there were three deaths and at least 45 more injured. It’s shocking and we don’t know what to do. Long distance
By Shawn Gelushia I grew up in Kansas City, KS. I was in the Turner School District from preschool through high school. I am a student with disabilities and was in special education all throughout school. There have been plenty of obstacles that I have had to overcome
Hannah [Davis], I found your op-ed piece ignorant and intellectually dishonest. You say that ignorance fuels oppression, and yet your entire piece is intolerant, closed-minded, and dogmatic. The long and the short of your argument is that everyone who is