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Spring Break… in February?


It’s almost here… spring break. That glorious week during which we get to head home and see family and high school friends. Some of us, like many college students, may head to the beach to get some much-needed sun rays and warmth. However, as I was planning my spring break this year, I hit a few speed bumps when I ... Read More »

Where is my Cereal?

Finding food as a student can be a dangerous task. If you live in the dorms, then you have no choice; Sodexo IS your meal program. Options are always limited at the commons, and most items aren’t anybody’s favorites. Sure, once in a blue moon they might serve meat lasagna and all balance in the food-eating world is restored. But ... Read More »

Top 10 Ideas for Valentine’s Day in Lamoni

Megan and Stanley enjoying some hot chocolate in the library basement.

Some hate it and some love it, but like it or not, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. I’ve put together a list of the best places to take your sweetheart in good ole’ Lamoni: Go skinny dippin’ in Big G Lake. Now I know what you’re thinking; it’s too cold outside to go swimming, but come on- its skinny dipping. Nothing would ... Read More »

5 Most Anticipated Video Games of 2015


The year 2015 is bringing great things for a gamer such as myself. From virtual reality making its push into the gaming realm, to classic games being re-made like Resident Evil, we have a lot to look forward to in the next few years. The anticipation of these things to come still will not distract from the new releases set to come out this year that will ... Read More »

Now Trending: Yik Yak


I was reluctant when I first heard of Yik Yak: a positively unproductive dumping ground for useless knowledge, random thoughts, and surely some internet bullying. What I found wasn’t all that far from my assumptions. Sure there was the occasional witty comment, “If you’re a homophobe, just remember, homophobe spelled backwards is ebohpomoh and that makes no sense just like ... Read More »

Divergent: Does the Film Live up to the Book?


A dystopian society setting has become a popular theme for not only books but movies as well. The common theme explores what American life might would boil down to if by some happenstance, there was a rebellion or war amongst its people. Divergent, a popular book by author Veronica Roth, was made into a movie not long after The Hunger Games. Both ... Read More »

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