Lettidor: To Be Human Is a Funny Thing

By: Willem Kline — I woke up on Valentine’s Day morning experiencing a lot of things. Lack of sleep was thankfully not the first thing I experienced, but I did think about the idea of a holiday in general. To me, Valentine’s Day is honestly like any other day, except this one tends to have…

Kiss the Girls Book Review

By: Matthew Hunter — Are you tired of having to read boring textbooks and dense scholarly articles that give you nothing but headaches and fatigue? Then it’s time for a change, because the book I’m recommending for you will definitely keep your mind racing and your heart pumping. Kiss the Girls is a psychological thriller…

Fly, Eagles, Fly

By: Simone Williams — February 4th was the day of this years much anticipated Super Bowl Sunday. The opposing teams were the Philadelphia Eagles, and the unsurprisingly, the New England Patriots. There was also set to be a showstopping halftime performance by Justin Timberlake. Going into the game there were very strong opinions about the…

Saying Goodbye to John Mahoney

By: Matthew Hunter — On Sunday, February 4th, America had to say farewell to one of its greatest television actors to ever grace the world’s presence. Charles John Mahoney, better known across the world as simply John Mahoney, passed away at the age of 77 as a result of complications from Stage 3 throat cancer.…

Ritsumeikan Exchange

By: Emily Titsworth — Every spring semester since 1988, a select group of students from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan arrive on campus. This year has been no different; a group of 27 Japanese students have been studying on campus for the past few weeks. I was in contact with Rebecca Spencer, one of the…

Intelligence Agencies Warn of 2018 Russian Interference

By: Katelyn Hodgson — The subject of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is one many Americans are tired of hearing, but the truth is, it just keeps coming up. On Tuesday, February 13, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence held its annual hearing on international threats in Washington, D.C. The heads of six U.S.…