Can Your Sleep Schedule Help or Hinder You?

Dillon Fondren, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

I, for one, am happy that I get some extra sleep in the morning due to the later start. I used to have to wake up at 6 a.m. because I have to commute from the Vineyard, but now I get to wake up at 8 a.m. I’m better rested a...

Welcome to the Seahorse Hotel: Saving White’s Seahorses

Connor Curow, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Welcome, White’s seahorses! Sick of humans ruining your home and destroying your habitat? Book a stay at the new, 5-star Seahorse Hotel. We know you’ll love it here.  Human activity is causing hundreds of thousands of or...

From Water Fights to Broken Plates: A Look at New Year’s Traditions Around the World

Zach Crampton and Benjamin Angell

January 22, 2020

Eastern Europe Eastern European New Year's traditions consist of staying up until midnight and eating what are considered “lucky foods” -- foods that represent good fortune or specific virtues. For example, eating fish with...

What if Language Were Simple?

Eden Schwenk, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

The primary purpose of language is to communicate. But when we are speaking and writing, we often try to do other things that distract from this main goal: we use elaborate language to express simple ideas, we control our vocabular...

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