Pizza? I think Italy. Pastries? France. How about rice? Now that’s China. Now what about hamburgers? America! Hot dogs, fries, chips? They all scream America.
Reflecting on the hours I spent watching the Sochi Olympics, I have reached a conclusion worth sharing. While much attention naturally befits the spectacle of the Olympic Games, the pageantry of the call of athletes, the fireworks and floating figures, the climactic lighting of the massive c…
Growing up, my grandfather, who fought against the Nazis in World War II and my grandmother have always told me stories about who I am, relatives I have never met, each of their children who were conceived in three different countries as they experienced the life of war refugees. It made me …
I love journalism. I suppose that’s one of the reasons why I’m writing this column as well as studying journalism at Indiana University.
A vast majority of high school and college students use Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. People are focused on their own thoughts and making those thoughts known. Social media today highlight everyone’s narcissism, but this isn't always negative.
Like many people, I love the Olympics. I enjoy nothing more than sitting around a TV and watching competitive events like curling and bobsledding that I would normally never see anywhere else.
Pranks have been pulled for as long as anyone can remember. When is it funny and when is it enough? Is it a practical joke or something more? These questions are probably what go through most people’s minds.
Black History Month was something I looked forward to growing up. I remember being in the classroom and learning about Harriet Tubman, Garrett Morgan, Rosa Parks, Jackie Robinson, Martin Luther King, among others, and being proud to be black.
Some people say that I’m “doing college” all wrong, that I’m lame, that I can’t possibly be having any fun on my weekends. And perhaps after reading this some of you might reach similar conclusions about me.
What would you do if you were told you could save millions if you left for another country? Most would say, “What’s the catch?” For some corporations, the answer is “nothing.”
The new year has brought minimum wage raises in 13 states to as high as $9.32 an hour. However, the question still remains for the rest of us: Is $7.25 enough to live on?
After recently viewing "Miss Representation," a documentary by Jennifer Newsom that reveals the under-representation of women in positions of power, I have become more motivated than ever to work my way up to an influential position in the world of journalism.
Smartphones are being used for many reasons: distractions, ways to get out of socializing, and they even serve as babysitters. What message does this send to those around us?
Ahhh. The flurries of Christmas are over and one can breathe relief, relax, and begin preparing for 2014. It's 2014 already. Where did time fly? More importantly, how did time fly?
Many gobbled down turkey this past Thanksgiving, but the holiday sales took priority and left many shoppers to save the pumpkin pie for later.
With college early decisions coming out soon, many high school students begin to make the greatest decision yet — which university to spend their next four years at.
Now that the gifts have been unwrapped, and talk of mistletoe and Christmas blockbusters subsided, it is fitting that we focus on a topic that captures the true spirit of this time of the year. Let us all set aside a few moments contemplating perhaps the greatest gift of all: hope.
High school is traditionally thought to be a “coming of age” time – a period of growth, learning and, hopefully, maturity in a person’s life.
Bishop Student Leadership Academy is a three-day vocational exploration. It allows young adults to learn about God, to discover their passions and what they think God is calling them to do in their lives.
We all listen to music whether it’s while working out, cooking, cleaning, watching television or driving, and I’m sure we've all heard music that we felt was inappropriate, especially for radio or television.
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