Film Review: Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever

Olivia Rutherford, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions, Top Stories, Wright Life

“Some people are born great, others become great, and the rest watch cat movies, guess which one you are.” Complete with fourth wall breaking, hilarious one-liners and everyone’s favorite internet meme, Grumpy Cat’s... Read more »

The Crimean peninsula: Pragmatism vs. Ideological Preference

Garrett Teets, Contributing Writer

June 26, 2014

Filed under News, Opinions

In the midst of the recent turmoil in the Crimean peninsula and the Ukraine proper, it would seem prudent to illuminate the situation to allow our fellow students with an interest in great power politics to more fully appreciate... Read more »

The Sextant: The shook-up hookup

Hannah Hendrix, Features Editor

February 4, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Hooking up: the vaguest, most hated phrase of all those who live vicariously through the sexual exploits of others. Does it mean making out, running the bases, or full-on shacking up? The only thing everyone seems to agree on... Read more »

Six burning questions heading into WWE Raw at Nutter Center

Andrew Smith, Sports Editor

January 15, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Sports

With only 11 days remaining until the Royal Rumble in Pittsburgh on Jan. 26, WWE’s flagship program “Raw” will broadcast live from Wright State’s Nutter Center on Monday. Heading into that show, there are several questions... Read more »

Who’s the real bigot?

Timon Cline, Contributing Writer

December 31, 2013

Filed under Opinions

At this point you would have to still be living under a pile of study guides and textbooks from finals week to be unaware of the Phil Robertson fiasco. But in case you’re just now emerging from a post-finals coma induced by... Read more »

The truth and the media

Elizabeth Turner, Contributing Writer

December 12, 2013

Filed under Opinions

The media is all-powerful. It’ll tell you what you should be eating, wearing and doing. It’ll tell you what TV show you should be watching, what exercise you should be doing and what side of a court case you should be on. Almost... Read more »

Combating finals stress

Elizabeth Turner, Contributing Writer

November 29, 2013

Filed under Opinions

Combating stress. It always seems to be this way when it gets to holiday time. Things began stacking up; the assignments that looked so far away on the second page of the syllabus seem so ominous. Family starts invading, but... Read more »

Commentary: Message sent by Price hiring

Justin Boggs, Sports Writer

November 6, 2013

Filed under Opinions, Sports

When the Cincinnati Reds released manager Dusty Baker as manager, the Reds sent a message: Good is not good enough. No question the Reds have been good the last four years. Three playoff appearances in four years have reinvigorated... Read more »

Dear Mandy: I’ve been having lustful thoughts…

October 17, 2013

Filed under Opinions

Dear Mandy, I've had lustful thoughts about a co-worker...do I need to tell my girlfriend or just hope these feelings go away?" Dear Conflicted, If it's just lustful thoughts, get over it or get single. Why... Read more »