Although this column talks about sex in general, rarely before has it contained the thoughts and feelings of a man.
One A-State student is facing misdemeanor shoplifting charges after reportedly attempting to steal more than $1,000 in merchandise from a local Wal-Mart.
As part of a series of events coordinated by A-State’s Student Activities Board, the organization hosted Stacey Lannert as a guest speaker on Feb. 4. Lannert shared “Speaking Out: The Stacey Lannert Story,” detailing her personal story of abuse that culminated in the shooting death of her father, for which she spent 18 years in prison.
College students are well versed in the power of social media. One Arkansas State University student recently found out just how much a single Facebook post could change his life.
There is a growing trend between all of our generation's favorite apps. First came Snapchat, which has since been overrun with sexting and/or ugly selfies; then Yik Yak, a self-esteem crushing, anonymous twitter; then Tinder, whose purpose doesn't even need to be dignified with a description. Now there is Fade.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines slang as “words that are not considered part of the standard vocabulary of a language and that are used very informally in speech especially by a particular group of people.”
Partying, drinking and sex: all key components in the life of a scandalous college student. This is the common perception that most people have.
He gently kisses you while sweeping your hair behind your ear. His hand travels downward, past your ear, down your neck, lingering for just a second on your shoulder. You look into his eyes as he kisses you again, but it’s different this time, more passionate. The hand that has been patiently resting on your shoulder continues its journey down your spine, pulling you closer to him as he tugs at your shirt. Anticipating your answer, he gazes into your eyes; you nod to give him the okay as you eagerly fall for one another.
Minority women in media are often portrayed differently than their white counterparts and oftentimes, minority women receive hateful backlash. In many cases women of color are generally criticized while white women are often praised for doing the same things.
An A-State student was arrested for the second time in two weeks.
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If you've met Jeff Dutton you may have heard of his passion for Volkswagen vehicles. I got the chance to talk to him about his hobby.
During the Fall 2015 semester, students were introduced to the Humanities and Social Sciences building. With the campus shootings that have happened so far, many are asking whether or not Arkansas State University's new building is prepared for that.
Addressing the problem of foster care in our community outside of campus.
The 10th annual Drag Show was held on April 14 at the Military Science Building. Here is a quick recap of the event.
Arkansas State students Adeeja Anderson and Allison Nichols attended the Southeast Journalism Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. There were multiple tours included with the conference, one of them being the College Football Hall of Fame and Fan Experience.