Monday, October 21, 2019

The Face of Addiction

The Face of Addiction

By Amanda Cavoto The concept of binge drinking fosters misconceptions across college campuses. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism defines binge drinking as a pattern that increases one’s blood alcohol concentration above 0.08 g/dL. Generally, this happens when men consume five or more drinks, or when women consume four or more drinks in about...

10 Questions

10 Questions

By Jacob Waring 1. What is your favorite memory as a student at Southern? Jamie Kelley: I was one of...

Thriving on Campus

By Victoria Bresnahan and Tamonda Griffiths  Chris Fraser steadily drags his feet across campus to the Adanti Student Center without...

Helping Hear the World

Helping Hear the World By August Pelliccio and Izzy Manzo Speech is taken for granted, says Alexis Negron, a communication disorders major. For...

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By Victoria Bresnahan When Rachel Schaffer, a sophomore, disclosed to her family she was converting to Islam, she says they...

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