Staff tips for finals week

Finals can be difficult. With the many tests that are being given to us right after break, it’s hard to figure out how to study for each one and how to balance your time. Here are a few tips that could help you with those intimidating exams. -During the test take some deep breaths. It…

Millennials play crucial role in 2016 election

Millennials (adults ages 18-35) have already passed up Baby Boomers (adults ages 52-70) in population with shocking population numbers of 75.4 million versus 74.9 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This year, however, this young generation has reached another important milestone. In the upcoming 2016 presidential election, millennials will nearly tie Baby Boomers for…

Tips for student voters

1. Most important advice: PLEASE GO OUT AND VOTE. Your vote is your voice and your voice matters. 2. With that being said, be an informed voter. Know why you are voting for the candidate you are voting for. 3. And with that being said, remember that you don’t have to vote for the candidate…

Reflecting on 9/11, fifteen years later

As I sit here this morning drinking a cup of coffee, scrolling through my Twitter feed and listening to a news broadcast reflecting on the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, I begin to think about where I was on this day 15 years ago. I was five years old, sitting in my kindergarten…

Bridging the GAP between Greensburg and the Hill

Have you ever wandered downtown and began to crave a cup of coffee or a bite to eat? Maybe you decided to do some window-shopping and came across a purse or jacket you couldn’t resist. Suddenly you remember that you are a college student, and as always, you are broke. Well here’s some great news…