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Being Cuban in Miami After Fidel Castro Died

Being Cuban in Miami After Fidel Castro Died

The Charger Bulletin
December 8
Filed under Global News, Opinion & Editorials, This Week's Top Stories

Destruction, pain, separation of families, and a country that was once thriving crumbled down physically, politically, and emotionally because of one man named Fidel Castro. On November 25, 2016 at around 10:29 p.m. it was announced that Castro had passed away. In Cuba there are nine days of mourning...

What Would Actually Happen During a Zombie Apocalypse?

What Would Actually Happen During a Zombie Apocalypse?

Alessia Bicknese
December 8
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

As I binge watch The Walking Dead, I often trick myself into thinking that I could defend myself like Michonne and carry around a samurai sword, lead a group like Rick, and be independent like Carol. Unfortunately, reality hits me, and I realize I’m a big wuss who would probably projectile vomit and...

Travel Tip: What To Pack

Travel Tip: What To Pack

Erica Naugle
November 22
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Hey there, fellow travelers! With the holidays coming up I know a lot of you will be heading away from campus for a period of time. This in mind, I think it’s important that I share with you my holiday packing list:  Computer and charger  Phone and charger  Camera  Headphones ...

Thanksgiving is the Most Important Holiday in College

Thanksgiving is the Most Important Holiday in College

Karina Krul
November 22
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Thanksgiving is probably one of the most underappreciated holidays. It does not bring the joy of Christmas or Easter, and most children could care less about the holiday. That is, until you get to college. I am a firm believer that, as a college student, Thanksgiving is the most important holiday. Thanksgiving...

Why You Should Get Involved Next Semester

Why You Should Get Involved Next Semester

Sarah Costello
November 22
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

With next semester coming around the bend, a lot of students are deciding on classes they want to take, possibly choosing new roommates, even preparing to study abroad in another country. Everyone will be extremely busy sorting everything out for next year. But, has anyone thought about trying out a...

Kanye Doesn’t Care About Your Opinion

Kanye Doesn’t Care About Your Opinion

Meghan Mahar
November 22
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

The other day, a friend sent me a link to an article titled “Kanye West: If I Voted, I Would Have Voted For Trump”. This didn’t surprise me at all. Every time Kanye West does anything at all, I get a message. When Kanye name-dropped Taylor Swift on The Life of Pablo, I got a text. When Kanye...

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

Mirinda Osmen
November 15
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Everyone has a name. This name helps others define who you are, identify what objects are yours, and lets you know when others are addressing you. This name, that you are given or that you chose, is important. There is power in a name. Beyoncé. Harry Potter. A name can serve as one’s master sta...

Time Management is Key

Time Management is Key

Caitlin Carney
November 15
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

When I was a junior and senior in high school going on college tours they always said that they wanted to see that you did so many activities that they questioned how you were still alive. That’s what I did. Throughout my four years of high school, I was a part of at least seven different c...

Nightmares of Parking

Nightmares of Parking

Leeandre Richards
November 15
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

If the school's executives would ask me if I would prefer to have a new parking lot or a new building, which would be for high school students, I would choose the parking lot. Parking on campus is terrible because of the number of commuters, faculty, staff and other residents who drive that there is always ...

Don’t Give Up Hope

Don’t Give Up Hope

Sarah Costello
November 15
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

On Wednesday [Nov. 9] morning, Republican businessman Donald J. Trump was announced to be the 45th  President of the United States by winning 62 more electoral votes than Democratic senator Hilary Clinton. The entire day was filled with anger, despair, and depression about our new “oh-so-glorious...

Deadlines are Really, Really Important

Deadlines are Really, Really Important

Glenn Rohrbacker
November 2
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Whether you like it or not, deadlines are what make the world go ‘round. Deadlines are important for many reasons, but many people don’t know how deadlines can actually help with productivity, rather than cause stress and anxiety. Deadlines have their pros and cons in any discipline, like busin...

Don’t Hang Things From Your Rear View Mirror

Don’t Hang Things From Your Rear View Mirror

The Charger Bulletin
November 2
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

My dad employed the “think out loud” approach when teaching my sister and me how to drive. With this, we both gained his perspective on how one should drive a car. One of his perspectives includes a reasonable outlook on objects hanging from the rear view mirror. In a vehicle, moving objects are...

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