Apathy is hard to conquer, but necessary

By Garrett Jones, Contributing Writer The biggest enemy of success is apathy. How do you complete any task you don’t care about? It only gets more difficult when you feel like you can’t care about it. The more apathy takes over one thing, the more it creeps into other parts of your life. It can … Continue reading Apathy is hard to conquer, but necessary

Opinion: Let’s reject the impossible standard of perfection

By Jaden Jennings, Contributing Writer Sometimes when I am doing all of the right things, I still feel separated from God. Do you? What I mean to say is that even when I am reading my Bible, having a regular quiet time, or even praying like I should, periodically I get this awful, wretched feeling … Continue reading Opinion: Let’s reject the impossible standard of perfection

Ked’s Corner: The NCAA is under investigation… again.

Kedrick Nettleton, Columnist The NCAA is under investigation – again. If you’re a fan of college sports, you know that this is not a new or unusual occurrence. Those fans with long or even medium-length memories will be able to call back, on command, at least one or two scandals that have rocked the college sports … Continue reading Ked’s Corner: The NCAA is under investigation… again.

Complaining contradicts Christian values, heavenly blessings

By Ashton Smith, Contributing Writer Picture this. You walk into the GC, see your friends sitting on those familiar couches, and you decide to join them. The conversation, of course, is about school and classes and the copious amounts of homework in everyone’s lives. Someone comments, “Why do teachers give us so much homework? Don’t … Continue reading Complaining contradicts Christian values, heavenly blessings

Op-Ed: The pros and cons of online dating

By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor The internet has become a place of endless possibilities, a place with the finest recipes, endless amounts of dog photos and love-struck romance--romance that can be found through online dating. Online dating has become quite the phenomena in this social media-centered world. Couples are getting together on sites designed … Continue reading Op-Ed: The pros and cons of online dating

Op-Ed: A lesson of self-worth from rebelling

By Mya Hudgins, Contributing Writer Your throat tightens, your breathing gets deeper, your stomach has a weird feeling - like butterflies. Your heart starts skipping beats. You start thinking about all these things you should say, but nothing comes out. Then you catch yourself smiling when he walks in the room or even offers a … Continue reading Op-Ed: A lesson of self-worth from rebelling