Celebration of Scholarship: Ancestors communication shapes our future

Matthew Ogley (English 1105 Writer) I attended three presentations all of which were based on ancient civilizations, and Homo sapiens origins. I found these presentations to be very enlightening and an interesting look into people’s past. The first presentation was titled On Hominid Speech and Implications by Molly Ayre. This was an interesting look into…

What the shrinking budget means

Scott Leeth (Editor) Since 1986, Shawnee has been offering non-traditional students access to quality higher education and a chance at better employment opportunities. With a commitment to these students, especially those of the Appalachian region, the university has helped thousands earn degrees, breaking down barriers to education by offering open enrollment, low tuition fees and…

Never tell your mom you’ve won something you haven’t

Column by Colby Keller (Associate Editor) Every person knows that to win anything that requires votes you need a good slogan that can really bring in the voters. Something catchy and memorable that not only is fun but isn’t unprofessional. To run a good campaign a balance between these two combined with a sense of…

Mens/Womens sports attendance: separate NOT equal

Jake Waters (Staff Reporter) In today’s college athletics around the country, basketball arenas are filled up, baseball stands packed, and football bleachers are crammed all to watch the schools team in hopes of victory. Larger universities attract more fans for obvious reasons; more money, a bigger stage, and most of the time, a higher level…