Columnist Claire Noack explains why students should have a healthy mix of college and work, rather than trying to focus solely on either extreme.
Sports Editor Tom Pitzen anticipates the battle for the MIAC title will be a four-horse race between St. Thomas, Bethel, Gustavus and Concordia.
Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky explains why he thinks football would be pretty boring if there weren’t rivalries like Tommie-Johnnie.
Recent situations in the NFL revolving around Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson have sports editor Tom Pitzen thinking about the image that some people have of their favorite athletes.
Originally from San Jose, California, columnist Claire Noack says it was challenging for her to adjust to living in the Midwest.
Reporter Jamie Bernard argues that the militarization of police forces shouldn’t extend to college campuses.
September is considered self-awareness and self-improvement month, and columnist Claire Noack explains why it’s important to set goals this month.
In the midst of Suicide Prevention Week, Chief Story Editor Jacob Sevening says the stigma surrounding depression, suicide and mental health needs to change.
Opinions editor Elliot Polsky argues that the value of an education from a university has become increasingly questionable.
Director Baihly Warfield offers helpful advice for the incoming class of 2018.
After watching an advertisement for the Always brand on YouTube, director Baihly Warfield argues that the phrase “like a girl” is something to be proud of.
Director Baihly Warfield discusses the takeaways from her Semester at Sea voyage.
Columnist Nick Cocchiarella recalls his recent experience with echolocation, a way for him to make sense of his surroundings using sound.
I’m coming clean. I, Anne Gaslin, am one of the faces behind the Twitter account @USTGirlProblems.
Columnist Nick Cocchiarella has noticed a shift to a more visual focus these last few years, one that social media has played a huge part in.