Day: February 14, 2018

Examining autism in Freddie Highmore medical drama

By Eloudia Odamy – 10 months ago

From “Grey’s Anatomy” to “Chicago Med” to “The Resident,” TV shows about doctors seem to be duplicates of one another. There is always the recurring theme of a hospital drama…

Professor revives epic poem

By Jimmy Christon – 10 months ago

“The Odyssey” is one of the best-known stories of all time; there’s no doubting that. But it might be hasty to call it the best-known book of all time. You’ve…

NFL’s college coach carousel comes with conundrum

By Robert Pinataro – 10 months ago

Eric Mangini. Pat Shurmur. Rob Chudzinsk. Mike Pettine. Remember them? Neither do I. Forget the quarterback carousel, these are all the guys who have coached the Cleveland Browns in the…

Surprising trade deadline testament to NBA strength

By Myles Olmsted – 10 months ago

Professional sports products are sold by businesses. (So are major college sports, by the way, but I’ll leave that for another day). Sure, professional sports are filled with passion and…

Horoscope

By Hannah Gaven – 10 months ago

Aries You may not have had a Valentine’s Day date. No need to feel sad. Other people are the worst! So instead, pamper yourself with naps and the “Men of…

Which sin are you? Nine circles of group project hell

By Steven Park – 10 months ago

Professors love to think that assigning group projects allows students to bond over ideas, work tirelessly together outside class hours and come out in the end as more responsible individuals.…

Hookup from orientation remembers Valentine’s Day

By Blair Webber – 10 months ago

Valentine’s Day: a day known for manufacturing disappointment and selling chocolate. Way more boring than Halloween, and with a looser religious basis than Easter, Valentine’s Day largely exists to remind…