October 20, 2020

Threat of nuclear war elevates between North Korea and U.S.

August 28, 2017 Jake Mulick 0

The United States and South Korea engaged in an annual joint military exercise on Aug. 2, according to CNN. The state-run North Korean newspaper Rodung Simnu warned against the exercise as it could further inflame the tense rhetoric between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. […]

Barrack Obama is destined for Rushmore

November 7, 2016 Jake Mulick 0

Barack Obama will be remembered as one of the greatest president’s this country has ever had. He is not only the first president of color, but also a president who has drastically changed the world in which we live since he started running the country in 2008.

Chance The Rapper releases colorful mixtape

September 5, 2016 Jake Mulick 0

Chicago-native Chancelor Bennett has been dominating the rap game. The world is next. More commonly known as Chance The Rapper, the 23-year-old released his third mixtape in the last five years, “Coloring Book,” earlier this summer. […]

Barbara Meyers Pelson lecture showcases research

April 5, 2016 Jake Mulick 0

The first annual Barbara Meyers Pelson ’59 Chair in Faculty-Student Engagement Lecture on Wednesday, March 30, in room 212 of the Education Building, provided an in-depth look at the research performed by undergraduate students at the College. The lecture featured a panel of three faculty-student teams from the School of Education that shared their research results and perspectives on conducting research as an undergraduate.