Evan Mills Contributing Writer Here at WCSU, like almost any other college, it’s important to be ready when course registration … More
Ryan V. Stewart Contributing Writer If you follow global affairs, you will undoubtedly have come across perilous predictions of the … More
Hannah Stewart Contributing Writer This year marks the 70th anniversary of the first and only use of atomic weapons for … More
Whether you know him from his outrageous and over-the-top rave events at Tuxedo Junction or from his current involvement in a Ponzi scheme, nineteen-year-old Ian Bick is certainly a name that doesn’t go unmentioned when discussing nightlife, entrepreneurship, and federal charges. Though he personally didn’t want to say anything about his trial and the charges pressed against him, Ian still had plenty to discuss on matters such as his takeover of the Tuxedo Junction venue and upcoming college party events like “I’m Shmacked,” in this interview.
It is no secret that the U.S. Congress continues to struggle with bipartisanship. Tensions between both Republicans and Democrats reached an all-time high on Monday, March 9th when it was revealed that 47 out of the 54 incumbent GOP Senators signed and delivered a letter to the Iranian government that some believe was meant to interfere with the nuclear negotiations between the Islamic state and the United States.
Leo Budnick News Editor As of March 4th, the Professional Writing Major was in the process of facing a merger … More
Kyle Kloiber Staff Writer On Tuesday, March 24, WCSU welcomed in the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters to what became a … More
Kristen Askin Contributing Writer Dear Freshmen, I am not good at school. If you’re looking for advice on how … More
“How does a business be successful?” asks Kenneth Feld, President and CEO of Feld Entertainment, which owns Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. “By adapting,” he says. Under constant pressure from the general public, animal rights activist groups, and “anti-elephant” ordinances from cities in which they wish to perform, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus has made the decision to discontinue the use of elephants in their performances by the year of 2018.
Andrew Cirino Contributing Writer The smell of the stadium, the roar of the crowd, everyone on their feet. That was … More