Student frowns on texting during conversations

Cellphones have changed the way we communicate — that is easy to see. From talking on the phone to texting, we communicate more frequently. But cellphone usage has also changed the way we communicate in person.

Candidate’s grace impresses student

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, Texas Gov. Rick Perry made a mistake on Nov. 9 during the Republican debate in Michigan that could have been detrimental to his campaign for the 2012 presidential election.

Give the HPV vaccine a shot

The HPV vaccine is better known in England as the cervical cancer jab. According to Cancer Research UK, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women under 35.

Freshman looks to link weather and mood

In the past few weeks, I’ve noticed the weather getting more and more odd. Just last week, there was a seemingly endless stretch of four days where all it did was rain.

Holidays compete for customers

Walking into a store before Halloween looking for autumn merchandise is logical, right? Yet I stroll unassumingly into the Westerville Meijer and find Christmas coffee creamer and candy already filling the shelves.

Senior jumps through hoops to graduate

For me, this will be the semester I lost 10 pounds running between different departments just to make sure I’ll graduate in December.