Rules are Ruining Football

October 26, 2018 The State Times 0

Wyatt Cushman, Sports Editor|

Football, by nature, is a violent game. People run as fast as they can toward one another until they collide. Whether you’re a six-year-old kid …


Overpopulation and Its Effects

September 21, 2018 The State Times 7

Chrystal Savage, Culture Editor|

“… but land does not beget:” Cecil Rhodes

Present day, overpopulation reigns as one of the most eminent dangers facing mankind; and conveniently remains tremendously overlooked. …


Libraries Are Still a Necessity

September 14, 2018 The State Times 0

Michelle Barbero, News Editor| Over the past several years, libraries have been working to adapt to technological innovations. When entering the newly renovated first floor of the James M. Milne …


What We’re Missing in Rap

April 13, 2018 Melissa Rosman 0

Kevin Torres-Jurado, Managing Editor |

I’m a rapper.

I started rapping back in 2013, when I was 17.  I started writing my own lyrics on train rides home from school …

Current Issues

Be Kind When No One Else Is

March 30, 2018 Melissa Rosman 0

Nick Wetzel, Sports Editor | 

We live in a strange world. Regardless of who you voted for in the last election or what political party you affiliate with, if someone …


Women’s Wellness: Contraception

March 23, 2018 Melissa Rosman 0

Hanna Da’Mes, Staff Writer |

On March 14 at 7:00 p.m., Emily Phelps, Assistant Director of Student Life and Leadership in the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC), hosted a …