‘The Transporter: Refueled’

September 18, 2015 Fernando MattosFernando Mattos

Grade: B Verdict: Fun and efficient, the new Transporter delivers some good chases to bring a checkered flag to the summer. My earliest movie memory is an opening sequence: a grandfather is teaching his grandson […]

You’re on Your Own: Kind Of

September 17, 2015 Nichole PlaceNichole Place

  Face it, if you have a lot of things to pay for and no money to pay with, then removing yourself from the lifestyle you once knew from under your parent’s roof can be […]

Summer checklist before fall semester

July 21, 2015 Chante FosterChante Foster

The first weeks of classes are chaotic.  The best way to eliminate unnecessary stress is through proper planning, and not waiting until the last minute to handle any loose ends. Checking with financial Aid, meeting […]

To publish or not to publish?

June 21, 2015 John MillerJohn Miller

When is the last time one of your professors encouraged you to research, write and publish your own academic article as an undergrad?  A few semesters ago?  Never? If you’re like me, you’ve never even […]

Administrative issues at KSU not uncommon

May 19, 2015 Ciara FrisbieCiara Frisbie

Kennesaw State University became a national trending topic over Kevin Bruce’s video showing a school advisor, later revealed as Abby Dawson, threatening to call security on Bruce for “harassment” while he waited to see an […]

Making a new you, for the new season

May 19, 2015 Mia McDonaldMia McDonald

We’re almost halfway through the “New Year” and you might’ve fallen short on those “new year, new me” resolutions. Some of you may have even refrained from creating resolutions because you thought the whole ordeal […]

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