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OPINION: Students should educate themselves about Latin American cultures, heritage –
A lack of available information and education often leads to many people in the United States thinking of Latin America as just Mexico and Puerto Rico. However, Latin America spans all of Central and South America, as well as Mexico and the Caribbean. In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, …
Shippensburg protesters advocate for Black Lives Matter movement Tuesday
“Sometimes I think it’s easier to pretend, and ignore and act like it’s not happening,” said Diane “Ms. Di” Jefferson, the director of multicultural student affairs at Shippensburg University. “Then, we don’t have to face the person in the mirror.”
Hundreds gather for protest on the Square in Carlisle Saturday to advocate for Black Lives Matter, protest racial injustice
“It’s sad that it takes the whole world to get everyone’s attention. This cannot keep going on,” Harrisburg native Chalonda Warner said Saturday in Carlisle. “We’re tired, we’re sick, we’re not being heard. “The fact that we have to do all this to get people’s attention, it is horrifying.”
Dairy Deal: Local group purchases 500 gallons of milk for distribution at Shippensburg food pantry
A gallon of milk costs around $3 these days, but that’s money some families in the Midstate might not have because of the government ordered business shutdowns occurring across the state due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A look at the transition to online learning at Shippensburg University
Kara Laskowski had two days to empty her Dauphin Humanities Center office of everything she needed to remotely teach Shippensburg University students from home.
OPINION: Students should take time to learn musical intruments –
Learning a new instrument in 2020 has become more accessible than ever — from online learning resources to affordable options for instruments. Because of mental benefits and increased accessibility, Kennesaw State students should consider using their free time in college to learn how to play an instrument. The constantly changing …
SATIRE: Students working to survive great flood –
As torrential rain falls around students at Kennesaw State, multiple means of water travel have appeared on campus. In the wake of the recent heavy deluge on campus, faculty and students alike have been forced to find creative ways to navigate campus, all the while hoping the university is not …
Outside the Nest: Authorities investigate disappearance, death of Mexican butterfly conservationist –
On Wednesday, Jan. 29, the body of monarch butterfly conservationist Homero Gómez González was found in the Mexican municipality Ocampo in a tank designed to capture rainwater. Following the discovery of González’s body, prosecutors said they detained the entire police forces of the Mexican municipality Ocampo and neighboring municipality Angangueo …
KSU professor faces death threats over criticism of government –
Recently, Kennesaw State Associate Professor of Communication Dr. Farooq Kperogi received online threats calling for his execution in response to his criticism of the Nigerian government. The most recent threat against Kperogi was a tweet that called for the execution of Kperogi and two other men by Twitter user @witan17 …
Graduate follows musical inspiration
Startt is a singer-songwriter from Kennesaw who grew up singing in his church and constantly surrounded by a world of music. He described his taste in music as “eclectic” and said he was raised on anything from Motown to Bruce Springsteen. The musician said he enjoys pulling inspiration from a …
Spoiler Review: 'Game of Thrones' ends with poorly handled season
After eight seasons, HBO's "Game of Thrones" has finally come to an end — and a seemingly unlikely candidate has won the game.
Spoiler Review: Episode 5 of 'Game of Thrones' delivers visceral battle
After four episodes of tying up loose ends in the north, the protagonists of "Game of Thrones" turn their eyes to Kings Landing — and eventually, themselves — in the penultimate episode of the show.
Spoiler Review: 'Game of Thrones' makes triumphant return to old episodes
After three disastrous episodes, season eight of “Game of Thrones" is finally back on track.
Spoiler Review: 'Game of Thrones' still lacking despite big battle
"Game of Thrones: Season 8" continues disappointing its audience in the third episode, which is only saved by the fact that it is the first episode where anything with long-lasting effects happens in the new season.
'Game of Thrones' Review: 'A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms' another slow episode
If the first episode of the final season of “Game of Thrones” was centered around filler exposition, then the second was undoubtedly full of reunions and companionship.
Review: 'Game of Thrones' episode 1, 'Winterfell,' heavy on exposition (Spoilers)
In the first episode of season one of HBO’s smash-hit “Game of Thrones,” “Winter is Coming,” viewers witness Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) clambering around in a helmet and outfit several sizes too big for her. She wants to get a good view of the then-king, Robert Baratheon, who enters the …
Owls fall 3 times in close games to conference foe FGCU –
Kennesaw State’s softball team lost three close games as it played a trio of weekend home games against Florida Gulf Coast beginning on Saturday, March 21.
Students geek out at OwlCon
Last week, Kennesaw State celebrated Harry Potter, Aquaman, Pokemon, cosplay and all things remotely nerdy for its 6th annual Geek Week. “Geek Week events change every year, but they’re always decided on by the student committee. This is a by-and-for KSU students event,” Director of Student Activities for the Marietta …
Opera Theatre breathes life into the 1950s with "American Dreamers"
The Opera Theater program at Kennesaw State hosted “American Dreamers,” two evenings of twentieth-century one-act operas, in Katherine Scott Hall of the Dr. Bobbie Bailey and Family Performance Center on Friday, March 8, and Saturday, March 9. The performance featured three short, complete operas, including “A Game of Chance” by …
Contemporary dance festival "Off the Edge" held at KSU –
Kennesaw State and Georgia State University’s Rialto Center for the Arts hosted Atlanta’s biennial contemporary dance festival, “Off the Edge,” at the Marietta Dance Theater the night of Thursday, Feb. 28. “Off the Edge” brought several innovative dance companies together for a night of unforgettable beauty and revolutionary contemporary dance. …
Women's basketball makes KSU history, Men's star player hits milestone –
Kamiyah Street led the way as the Kennesaw State women’s basketball team lost to North Florida 74-66 before beating Lipscomb 67-36, while Tyler Hooker continued to shine as the men fell to the Ospreys 80-57 and the Bisons 83-67.
Men's tennis dominant in opening win, women fall twice –
The men’s and women’s tennis teams were in home action over the weekend, as the women played on Friday, Feb. 1, and Saturday, Feb. 2, before the men played their season-opening match on Feb. 3.
Student recaps Owl sports on 'The Hoot'
Millions of people across the globe have felt the excitement of watching their favorite sports teams, but many have never felt the excitement of reporting on them. Kennesaw State senior journalism major Lauren Hoffman has been able to build and expand her career as a sports broadcaster by hosting “The …
What is art? Second Enigmatic Acts
Deep Run High School's second annual Enigmatic Acts brings...questions...to all those who were privy to watch.
Marching against the mentality of music
Deep Run High School's Concert Band aims for superior at the annual Concert Band assessment.
Marching band brings a fun day to Shady Grove and Twin Hickory
Deep Run High School's Marching Band brings fun to local elementary schools before Thanksgiving break.
Wildcats march to the beat of two
Deep Run High School's Marching Band 2017 season kicked off with two drum majors.
Opinion: Resolutions don't have to wait until New Year's
Making a resolution, or change should be made when one decides they want or need to make a change for themselves — that decision need not be put off until New Year’s Day.