When the Kony video went viral on Facebook, I was one of the first people to watch it. Hours later when I opened Facebook, there was an outcry from most of my friends literally begging every living soul to watch the Kony video. The video was well produced and incrediblyContinue Reading

Earlier this week, the United States woke up to news that three Jewish schoolchildren and one adult had been gunned down in France. At the time this editorial was written, the shooter had not yet been caught, but it was suspected that it was the same man who shot twoContinue Reading

During one of our long bus rides on choir tour we watched the movie “The Help.” I hadn’t seen it before, and unfortunately halfway through the movie I fell asleep. It was not because the movie was boring, but because the bus ride was about 7 hours long. Needless toContinue Reading

“Nothing good ever happens after 2:00 a.m.” is a phrase that Ted Mosby’s mother used to tell him often. Last year I probably would have disagreed wildly. This year however, not so much. Kids, nothing good happens after 2:00 a.m. Nothing. Take the example, if you will, of your run-of-the-millContinue Reading

Garrick Larson and Marv Roeske have been working together for over 18 years now as the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field coaches at Concordia College. “That’s almost as long as I’ve known my wife,” Marv said. Some would even joke that this pair is like aContinue Reading

As a woman, I felt the need to respond to Pat Ross’ piece in last week’s issue ironically commenting on the role of men in making women’s decisions. First, I want to say that I am pro-woman. I interned with a feminist organization over the summer, and I do notContinue Reading