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The ‘Garry’s Incident’ incident

Oct. 23, 2013

If you aren’t familiar with the independent gaming scene, then it’s doubtful you have heard the recent controversy surrounding a game called “Day One: Garry’s Incident”.

Journalism serves a vital function

Oct. 23, 2013

Isaac Avilucea, reporter for the North Adams Transcript, in North Adams, Mass., wrote a feature story last week about Cheyanne Alcombright, a local school soccer player.

Letter: Digmann “Student senate spending”

Oct. 14, 2013

I am absolutely outraged at the amount of money student senate is using for their trip to Louisiana.

Letter: Reynaga “Partisanship is Cancerous”

Oct. 14, 2013

With the flurry of events resulting from the infamous “government shutdown”, it would be easy to jump on the bandwagon and place blame squarely on the shoulders of Congress for our countries fiscal problems.

Senate must rein in runaway spending: serve students before serving self

Oct. 10, 2013

This week, Student Senate allocated $16,000 from student activity fees to send seven students and an adviser to New Orleans, La., in November, for a “leadership” conference.

You’re in college now, act like it

Oct. 2, 2013

I had never understood the concept of Homecoming back in high school. I thought it was an overly hyped football game followed by a dance and a night of debauchery.

There are heroes around us

Oct. 2, 2013

From Superman to the kids who foiled the Trix Rabbit, there are many heroes who inspire people around the world. At CSC, we do things differently: we are the heroes. From the resident advisors and all other students, to the faculty and all other employees, we do the inspiring.

Take time to highlight overlooked heroics

Oct. 2, 2013

It’s homecoming at CSC. The student body is set to crown its royalty this evening, and Saturday, the football team is hoping to send Adams State home with a loss.

Believe in the power of positivity

Sep. 25, 2013

A principle that may or may not bear its roots in reality is the principle you should believe in the most: that every individual is unconditionally loveable and therefore always worth being positive to, and that you are unconditionally loveable and always worth being positive to.

President quits smoking: scared of first lady

Sep. 25, 2013

CNN captured a candid conversation Monday between President Obama and Maina Kiai, United Nations Special Rapporteur. Obama asked Kiai if he still smoked. The President then joked about his reason for quitting.