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So I came home from spring break to find my roommate busy unpacking clothes and home-baked cookies from his mom while studying for tests and stuff, but I had to tell him about how off the hook my spring break was. It was legen (wait for it) dary and never to be duplicated! Hahaha! That will … Read more

With the holiday season out in full force, it is time to begin shopping for gifts for our loved ones as we head into the month of December. While it may seem easy to order everything online from Amazon or Wal-Mart, going out to local shops has an even greater benefit not only in the gift bei…

With the start of the holiday season, a lot of Bearcats and other people are going to be traveling home. But, it seems like a lot of drivers have forgotten the rules of driving or thrown the book out the window and need a reminder of how driving on a highway works.

There are many things I wasn’t prepared for when I started college. I never knew how to deal with a roommate, or how far it’d actually take me to walk to the Union. The one which has caused the most grief, however, is learning how to share the laundry room and proper laundry room etiquette.

Last year when it was announced that freshmen could return to their residence halls as upperclassmen and Franken Hall would have two upperclassmen floors, I was ecstatic. What I didn’t anticipate was having to deal with the same freshman fire alarm issues as an upperclassman.

Everybody knows water is essential to the human body, yet the Maryville water has me questioning if I really need it to survive.