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Op-ed: Students spending too much time indoors

Op-ed: Students spending too much time indoors

Even just 15 minutes outside in nature is going to bring you some major health benefits.

Op-ed: Franklin Pierce first ever eccentric pep rally

Op-ed: Franklin Pierce first ever eccentric pep rally

by Falu Seck edited by Zach Letourneau According to the Franklin Pierce Men’s basketball coach, approximately 75 percent of the Franklin Pierce student body came to the pep rally this weekend to welcome the winter sports teams with school spirit and tons of laughter. Franklin Pierce hasn’t thrown any school spirit events during the previous […]

Op-ed: eSports is not just taking over Franklin Pierce, but the world

Op-ed: eSports is not just taking over Franklin Pierce, but the world

eSports has captured millennials, why not use it to connect with millennials?

Op-ed: Club fundraising solved

Op-ed: Club fundraising solved

Ways to solve fundraising for clubs on campuses everywhere

Op-ed: New Depot hours do not work for students

Op-ed: New Depot hours do not work for students

Why must the needs of the many be disregarded in favor of the irresponsibility of the few?

Op-ed: Should Marijuana be legalized in the United States?

Op-ed: Should Marijuana be legalized in the United States?

Marijuana is legalized in eight states, should we legalize marijuana in the United States?

Classroom Damages A Problem For 2017

Classroom Damages A Problem For 2017

by Zach Letourneau Go to class this semester and you may find some classrooms in disrepair or in need of a facelift. But the school’s capital improvement plan certainly doesn’t; at least concerning equipment deemed essential to learning. The line item in the Franklin Pierce University budget for classroom infrastructure (which includes more than just […]

Op-ed: Safety on Spring Weekend

Op-ed: Safety on Spring Weekend

Spring Weekend safety comes into question

Op-ed: Not to burst your bubble…

Op-ed: Not to burst your bubble…

Recent tear causes conversations on permanent structure

Op-ed: College students and the finacial struggle

Op-ed: College students and the finacial struggle

“Young people are giving up their dream of going to college, while many others are graduating deeply in debt”- Bernie Sanders

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.