‘Opinion’

  • It is OK to feel unbalanced through semester

    Nov 1, 18 • 785 Views • Opinion, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by I have spent the last few weeks doing a huge reflection of myself. I like to do this relatively often, as it helps me gather my thoughts and rework the way I am going about my work and my life. During this reflection, I have noticed and accepted some of...

  • Advising Day gives planning opportunities

    Nov 1, 18 • 330 Views • Opinion, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Classes for the spring semester were made available last week for students to prepare for Advising Day. Advising Day is an entire day set aside for students to get their schedule for the next semester approved by their academic adviser. Classes that are...

  • Learning to be serious can be very beneficial

    Oct 25, 18 • 379 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Serious. What exactly does it mean to be serious? By definition, serious means “acting or speaking sincerely and in earnest, rather than in a joking or half-hearted manner.” If you know me, you know I am not a serious person. I prefer...

  • Study habits can either make or break semester

    Oct 25, 18 • 370 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by All throughout my senior year of high school, I kept hearing the same thing from just about all my teachers: “The workload of college is going to be much worse than high school.” They also recommended that I start getting into good habits like...

  • Horror movies do not live up to expectations

    Oct 25, 18 • 425 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Watching horror movies is a tradition on Halloween that I started a few years ago as I still tend to watch horror movies with my best friends, Sam and Spencer, whenever we are together. In my opinion, horror movies that have come out in the past five years...

  • One Direction is still a beloved favorite band

    Oct 25, 18 • 841 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by This Friday on 90.5 WERG from 9 p.m. to midnight, Harlee and I are doing a three-hour show about One Direction for Radio Roulette, a specialty show on WERG. As we started compiling our list of the songs we wanted to play and listening to their music on...

  • We must stop demanding free entertainment

    Oct 25, 18 • 830 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by If anyone is an avid watcher of YouTube, you are most likely aware of the recent Shane Dawson docu-series featuring one of the site’s most hated creators, Jake Paul. This series of eight videos showcased interviews from individuals who had their own...

  • Being the oldest sibling has some downsides

    Oct 18, 18 • 331 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by I am the oldest daughter in my family. I have two younger sisters, Danielle and Madeline. While I was home for break, I got to sit in the back seat of my dad’s car as Madeline drove. Madeline is 17 and just got her permit three months ago. She has spent...

  • Pumpkinfest brings excitement to guests

    Oct 18, 18 • 1867 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Over fall break, I had the opportunity to spend some quality time with my family in Conneaut Lake. While in Conneaut, my family and I got to visit the annual Conneaut Lake Fall Pumpkinfest. This is something that I get to do every single year, and I look...

  • Worries on current climate strike future teacher

    Oct 18, 18 • 313 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by The School of Education at Gannon University is home to the next generation of teachers who are in the processes of doing field placements. The field placement I am currently working on involves the student observing a teacher to learn what kind of work it...