8 students had the opportunity to accompany Christian artist Dan Chen to his studio in Eugene, OR, to learn some skills and spend the day shadowing him.
Angie Knight discusses the lessons she's learned at the toaster in the dining hall.
The life of a fast food employee isn't easy, and Kelsey Leavitt knows this from first-hand experience. This witty and eye-opening essay tells of her experiences, the good, the bad, and the messy.
"50 Shades of Grey" was released on Valentine's Day weekend and the mountains of articles that quickly followed almost broke the Internet. Jordin Lineback addresses the negative attacking of this movie and how it's possible that that could be more harmful than the movie itself.
The print edition of the February 2015 issue featuring: the upcoming poverty simulation, next year's ASB, and the Fusion Art Show.
A student describes the inspiration she has found through people who have persisted through poverty and stayed true to their faith.
"Maybe the co-exist people are right. Maybe there is a simpler solution to the world’s problems. We need to remove opinions — the divisive ones, at least." In this satirical essay, Heather Karle addresses the concept of tolerance and how this can be dangerous.
At a time of busyness and uncertainty, a student reflects on a high school acquaintance's recent death.
Angie Knight discusses what she learned during her time at the Breakaway Retreat.
TOMORROW MORNING, the ASB candidates will speak in chapel, convincing us to vote for them in the upcoming election. Get an exclusive sneak peak here at who is running for which positions and learn some other interesting facts about the candidates.
During the Christmas season, Rebekah Peters fills in as one of Santa's elves at Alpenrose Dairy. While hanging out with kids and wearing curly-toed shoes was expected, what wasn't expected was the amount of spiritual growth she experienced while taking pictures in Santa's workshop.
Farrarian men were forced to evacuate the premises Monday night when a small electrical fire threatened their homeland. Nathan Messmer has provided an exclusive, first-hand account of this traumatizing event turned dorm-bonding.