Coke uses misleading ads to boost sales

Staff writer Lauren Freking analyzes Coca-Cola and its recent ad campaigns to promote Coke alongside fitness-oriented content, possibly misleading consumers.

Royally ready

Sports Editor Jim Joyner talks about the Kansas City Royals and their upcoming playoff journey.

Editorial: #GetOffYourPhone

With the rising popularity of cell phones and other devices, technology has greatly reduced face-to-face interaction. The Editorial Staff states our opinion on excessive cell phone usage and what you should do instead.

I still live with my parents, and that's OK

Once upon a time, the statement “I still live with my parents” had a negative connotation. Today, it is becoming less so. More and more millennials are either finding their way back home, or simply never left, after high school.

Women's World Cup provokes activists

Assistant Sports Editor Nathalia Barr analyzes why fans are criticizing the gender pay gap in sports.

Don't forget about drama

Managing Editor Mykaela Cross explains the importance of theater in any student's college experience.

'Jurassic World' is out of this world

Managing Editor Mykaela Cross details on why the new box office hit 'Jurassic World' is out of this world.

'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' enacts vengeance

Staff writer Steven Stendebach explains why "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" is another Marvel masterpiece.

Kohn: I'm 'Fed Up' too

After watching a documentary called "Fed Up," staff writer Kayla Kohn discusses her reactions and afterthoughts.