Opinions

A modern gentleman’s defense: Chivalry is not dead

A modern gentleman’s defense: Chivalry is not dead

Much like pay phones, writing letters and physical human interaction, chivalry seems less and less present as a sign of the times. Regardless of its current state, chivalry is something I, as a 21-year-old male in modern day America, believe to be an important practice, whether it is directed to a possible love interest or […]

Quite Thought Full: College of Creative Studies spoofs ’80s PSA

By Katie Walsh | Opinions Editor Before there were memes and other creative means of informing audiences, there were Public Service Announcements. In an age long ago, when media sought to serve the community over its investors, PSAs were used to provide health and safety warnings over the broadcast waves. Today, a spin on a popular ‘80s drug awareness […]

Staff Editorial: Pittsburgh commute wastes money

Staff Editorial: Pittsburgh commute wastes money

We Millennials hate to wait. Whether it’s waiting for something to download, waiting to get somewhere or any other type of time-wasting delay, we can’t stand it. By far, though, the worst waste of time is waiting in traffic. A study released on Tuesday by the Texas A&M Traffic Institute found that the average American commuter wasted […]

Teaching teachers new tricks while keeping the old

Teaching teachers new tricks while keeping the old

By Joey Sykes | Student Columnist With the rise in technology in modern society, it is easy to see differences in the way we live life now compared to how we did a decade ago. This is especially true in the classroom, but sometimes this technology can hinder our students more than it can help. […]

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