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As a non-binary, bisexual, queer person, politics for me has always been a matter of life or death. Yet, there are people who say things such as, “I don’t
Lately, I’ve seen a lot of products labeled with “eco-friendly” or “eco-conscious” when, in reality, the products are far from it. This money-grabbing tactic tricks environmentally concerned consumers into purchasing
Lizzie Tredinnick, from the graduating class of 2018, learned how to adapt to shifting environments early on in her life. Born in Minneapolis, she spent her early years growing up
Sunset Skatepark is a skatepark located on the riverfront that is currently under construction. Upon completion, it will be the largest concrete skatepark in all of Indiana! The designs for
“I felt like a swimming duck, calm on the surface but underneath there’s a lot going on.” This is how Nic Scott felt at the World Knife Throwing League World
This article is dedicated to my grandfather, my mom, and anyone else who has been affected by or touched by suicide. The music echoed through my ears, hand
College sports in the United States are more than just games; they are a cornerstone of campus culture, a source of pride, and a life-altering experience for the athletes who
211. Years later, I still hear that number echoing in my mind when I think of my hometown. I’ve always been the kind of person who thrives when I’m part
The Student Government Executive Board is committed to empowering student voices. They are here to act as a resource, and they encourage students to reach out with any questions, thoughts,
Showcasing a total of 82 clubs on campus, UE’s Fall Organization Fair occurred on Thursday, August 31st. That evening, each group’s executive boards decorated tables to invite others to learn
On June 29, 2023, the United States Supreme Court decided to dismantle Affirmative Action with a vote of 6-3. Affirmative Action began in the 1960s, and its purpose was to
Society’s approach to productivity has shifted drastically over time, particularly regarding the human need to fill each day and constantly be on the move. Following the Covid 19 pandemic, technological
Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill, has been used by over one-third of women ranging from Gen Z to Gen X. According to Plan B’s website, it is
Three seconds or less: how TikTok is making it harder to keep people focused Jackson Caudill As technology evolves, it usually follows a similar pattern: a new invention or concept
The Journies Journal: Excerpts from Travels Abroad Emma Ault January 1, 2023 I leave for Harlaxton in three days. Two sleeps. Tomorrow will be my last night at home
How to Maintain a Healthier Mindset During College Finals Alexa Davis Finals week is notorious for causing an insane amount of stress in college students. The mental health of a
London is known for many things: a plethora of skyscrapers, some of the best food markets in the world, and the various restaurants and hostels that you can attend on
https://youtu.be/ZEid7d_ZlRI Human beings have a deeply engrained need to minimize challenges and make things as efficient as possible. We have progressed far outside the realm of basic survival, but these
If you have not heard of Hoyleton, IL, you aren’t the only person. Hoyleton’s population barely exceeds 500. To be exact, it was 531 at the 2010 census. It is
Each year, the UE Honors Program students are assigned a common read to engage with throughout the semester. This year, students had the opportunity to read Linda Villarosa’s Under the
65 years, 650 hours and $4000: the brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon excel in community service, philanthropy, and brotherhood growth. This fall semester, the Zeta-Beta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon
The fall of 2022 has brought a lot of exciting things for the University of Evansville purple aces athletics teams, with one of the newest additions being the brand-new AstroTurf
Bedford Collab. Building and Enriching Evansville Food Businesses By. Emma Ault Bedford Collab is a newly developing a shared kitchen in the Tepe Park area on the South side of
Sometimes Class Field Trips Can Bring Exciting Opportunities By. Maddy Webb On October 4th, 2022, Professor Katie Mullin’s Writing and Publishing class took a class field trip to see the
Annika Evenson, a freshman studying exercise science at the University of Evansville, was the recent winner of the high school category of the annual League of Women Voters Brown County 2022 essay contest.
Giving Back to Title IX in College Athletics By. Alexa Davis 1972: The year that changed everything for female athletes. The year that saw one of the biggest impacts in
Indiana Court Temporarily Blocks Abortion Ban SB 1 By Paris Himes The summer of 2022 undoubtedly became a pivotal moment in US history when, on June 24, the Supreme Court
On October 4th, 2022, Professor Katie Mullin’s Writing and Publishing class took a class field trip to see the new David Bowie documentary Moonage Daydream directed by Brett Morgen. Katie
There is a hidden injustice in Evansville, Indiana: food inequity. Downtown Evansville is known as a “high priority food area”, a place that lacks access to fresh produce and foods
Let the Work I’ve Done Speak for Me; Ketanji Brown Jackson, a Portrait of Grit and Grace By Paris Himes “You can’t always expect to be the smartest person in
Navigating Business, Fitness, and Health during the Uncertainty of COVID-19 Andy Gerth One less chair at the Thanksgiving table. A cancelled prom and graduation ceremony. A full academic year spent
Bluestocking Social: A Hidden Gem for Readers, Writers, andArtists Tiva Frushour For students on the University of Evansville campus, sitting in the Honey+Moon café with a coffee– iced or hot–
Rylie Stephens Have you ever wondered what goes on in the lives of the college athletes that you watch on TV? Hi, my name is Rylie Stephens, I am a
The Grand opening of the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI), the Multicultural Student Commons (MSC), and the Rally at Meeks Family Fieldhouse Rylie Stephens Reporter / Photographer Dr.
Lexi Williams Alumni Spotlight 2016 University of Evansville graduate Caitlyn McCarthy has always had a love of theatre. Growing up in LA, this passion developed at an early age. McCarthy
Nora Ruotolo Mesker Park Zoo Opens “More than a Bathtub” for New Humboldt Penguin Millions of Humboldt penguins once lived and thrived along the rocky coastlines of La Isla Grande
A Problem Under the Foundation: The Evansville Housing System is Decaying Nora Ruotolo “There’s no place like home.” This phrase is recognizable and central to the lives of many Americans.
Professor Matteson, Chair of the Department of Art and Advisor to Clay Club said: “A lot of hours went into creating these unique ceramic bowls. The artists dedicated a lot of energy and hard work. I am blessed to have such a wonderful group to work with on such a great cause.”
Article>International Students When UE resumed in-person classes this fall, most students’ return depended solely on a reopened campus. But for a number of international students, travel restrictions and other obstacles