Sports Editorial: How a Missed Double Dribble Ended a New Era of College Basketball

February 10, 2020

It’s April 6th, 2019; Auburn is playing Virginia in the College Basketball Final Four.  There are 5 seconds left in the game and Ty Jerome brings the ball up the court to try and tie or win the game.  Auburn leads by 2 poin...

Opinion: Unpacking the Marvel Universe

January 22, 2020

If you ask the general public their favorite movie franchise, various answers will be heard. You may hear the occasional Lord of the Rings or the generation-spanning Star Wars, but one answer will become more and more prevalent...

Book Review: Cat’s Cradle – Kurt Vonnegut

November 20, 2019

This novel follows the main character, known simply as John, as he recalls a strange journey he took while writing a simple article for the newspaper. Along the journey, John becomes involved with the Hoenikker family, a family...

Sports Editorial – Derek Jeter: The Ultimate Misconception

November 13, 2019

The name Derek Jeter is synonymous with outstanding achievement in baseball. Many believe him to be a generational superstar, a shortstop whose skills far surpassed those of any other. He is believed by many to be a surefire first-ballot...

Book Review: A Horse Walks Into a Bar – David Grossman

November 11, 2019

Hello everybody, this is the first book review of a weekly segment of book reviews written by me. This week I will be looking at and reviewing the book, A Horse Walks Into a Bar by David Grossman; winner of the International B...

A Cleveland Foodie. Alladin’s Twilight Cake By. Zeke Schmiedl

October 7, 2019

A bakery is an unruly process. Unlike its sister cooking, it requires precise measurements and delicate maneuvering. Breaches to this process result in creations that lack power and emphasis. Of course, I only know this from ...

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