Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief It was an early screening night for the Star Wars film “Rogue One.” I arrived to […]
Lila Miller, Arts & Entertainment Editor “Love is in the air. So is the flu. Wash your hands.” […]
By Robert Tucker, Copy Editor
Like many students, I choose to serve tables and bar-tend at a restaurant downtown. It is not a glamorous job, there is a lot of unseen work and it is hard, but it has its perks.
By Rachael Flora, Arts and Entertainment Editor
It’s a sad irony that many comedians don’t experience the same joy they bring to their audiences. Comedy can be an outlet for the demons they face, from mental illness to addiction and anything in between. It can be startling to see someone who makes jokes for a living admit that they are not always happy.
That’s why Robin Williams’ death should serve as a reminder that you can’t always spot a person with depression.