Sammi Ennico: Asst. Opinion editor
With finals less than a week away, the panic starts to set in.
Thanksgiving has been a national holiday since the 1600s, but now it is often overshadowed by Black Friday sales.
For children growing up, a professional career in sports is one of the most sought-after jobs. However, once high school rolls around, the harsh reality of what it takes to be an athlete becomes overwhelming.
With the presidential election quickly approaching, the media have played a huge role in how the candidates are perceived. Many news stations fit into the category of being primarily liberal or conservative. This year especially has shown that separation.
Missy says... Do Stay active and keep yourself healthy It’s easy to lose motivation for working out and staying in shape when you come into college, but it’s more important now than ever to push yourself a little bit extra.
Although society has been tailored to be accepting of all body types, there is still an added pressure on women to look a certain way in order to fit the social norms. Lately, many groups have been creating advertisement campaigns to show women they do not have to feel that constant pressure.
Missy says... Do Stay focused on what matters It is super easy to get caught up in partying, drinking and staying up late when you get to college.
Being in college, it is easy to lose focus on responsibility, especially when it comes to saving money. You do not realize how quickly going out for pizza every now and then adds up, until it is too late.
Social media started out as a new and exciting hobby to take up some free time, but it has turned into a huge empire.
Almost a month has passed and Colin Kaepernick, football player for the San Franscisco 49ers, is still making waves from his protest made weeks ago.