Monthly Archives: March 2015

Is Chivalry Dead?

Jessica Broverman, Editor

Kind gestures such as holding a door open and pulling out a chair can say a lot about a man. Whether or not he does it, how he does it, or if he even believes a woman needs a man to do these small things for her. It is not a matter of if men are capable of them, but if they are willing and if there is even a purpose to practice them anymore.

Recognizing National Women’s Day

By Jessica Broverman, Editor

National Women’s Day has been celebrated since the early 1900’s and continues to recognize just how far women have come. Around the same time that this day became devoted to women, there were extensive changes happening. The population was rising, America was booming, and women were not equal to men. Lower wages, longer hours, no opportunity for growth and the list continues.

Senioritis

By Nathan Johnson, Staff Writer

What is senioritis? Senioritis is a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance.

Nutting Gallery Heats Up with “Fire and Fanfare” 

Gabriella Pozell, Contributing Writer

I hate to admit it. Sometimes art gives me anxiety. Don’t get me wrong; I like viewing art, but I still find it incredibly intimidating and something outside of my comfort zone.

Top five ways to enjoy spring break

Nicole Henry, Contributing Writer

Spring break is right around the corner, LITERALLY; so, here are some tips to help you enjoy your time away from classes, and schoolwork. Whether you are relaxing at home or on the beach, these tips will help make your time off well spent.

WL Idol

By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor

 Congratulations to the 2015 West Liberty Idol champion, Morgan Wagner! Wagner, a senior Community Education major from Colliers, West Virginia, was crowned at the West Lib Idol finale on Tuesday, Feb. 24 in the College Union.

The History of Spring Break

By Katie Ralbusky, Online Editor

Spring Break, most associate it with pool parties, drinking binges, topless women, and partying at a beach resort. But how did the modern spring break come about? What made this time so appealing to young adults? Perhaps the answer can be found as far back as ancient Greece.