In this short reflection, Rebekah Straw shares about a childhood experience of hers and a lesson learned regarding work ethics and earning money.
Junior Emily Abbey is a pro at having a non-cliché Halloween. Follow in her footsteps and learn how not to go with the flow this Halloween.
For World Outreach Week, there are many missionaries on campus to talk with students about full-time missions work. April Soelbeg interviewed a few of them to get an inside look at their ministry.
The print edition of the October 2014 issue featuring: World Outreach Week, a visit from Dr. Eisenhut, and Humans vs. Zombies.
Junior Johnathan Partridge explains why video games should be treated and analyzed similarly to other art forms like film and literature.
On Oct. 14, three journalism students and their instructor visited Statesman Journal and learned about the insides of a newspaper, what the average day looks like for a journalist, and how to improve the chances of being hired in the journalism profession.
Junior Nathan Messmer shares entertainingly helpful tips to making your semester less stressful.
The second Open Mic Night of the school year occurred on October 21. Here are some photos, taken by Haley Meili, of the performances throughout the night.
Sara Stilwell shares her struggle to find peace in the midst of brokenness and loss.
Rebekah Peters gives some helpful tips on how to make the most of fall now that it's upon us.
Simon Howard discusses the movie "Left Behind," loosely based on the book series, and some of the issues in it.
On Tuesday, a vehicle was broken into and the stereo was stolen in a parking lot. Here's information on the suspect, what took place, and other recent suspicious activities.
Should we, as Christians, listen to non-Christian music? In this article, Emily Brown shares a piece of her testimony and discusses the hindrances that listening to explicit music can cause.