Recent events should spark campus discussion on race

On Oct. 16, 1995, Minister Louis Farrakhan led more than a million black men to Washington D.C. to demand their right to justice, and to realize they are needed as the head of their families.

Editorial: Politics, papacy combine during Pope’s US tour


Pope Francis’ first visit to the U.S. this past week resonated deeply in the minds of religious and non-religious Americans alike. As a well-respected example of morality around the world, his presence commands an awe and respect similar to the presence of other world leaders and celebrities. While the Pope is revered for his dedication […]

When you binge-watch TV, give the classics a chance

Cheyene Miller
Managing Editor

We seem to be in a sort of golden age of television. There are so many quality series on TV and streaming services like Netflix that at times picking a show to watch can seem overwhelming.  I can’t even count the number of times my girlfriend and I have spent more time trying to pick […]

Lexington: the city that is never finished

in Lexington, Ky. on Sunday, August 23, 2015. Photo by Michael Reaves | Staff.

The scene of busy Lexington streets is that of bright orange construction cones on every corner. Lexington is known as home to the Big Blue Nation, but a more accurate alias would be, “Lexington: the city that is never finished.” Cities must rebuild their roads, fix potholes and help create a better infrastructure with construction. […]