On Wednesday, March 2, 2021, fans of Reggae music all over the world were taken back with grief over the news that Reggae legend and icon Neville O’Riley Livingston OM, OJ (Order of Merit & Order of Jamacia), also known as Bunny Wailer, had passed away at the age of 73. Neville was born […]

Sal, I.    It is of a just character, to not burden oneself, nor others  with pungent anger.    Of such a thing,  one must not allow it to be seeded;  a rampant rake.    Do not busy oneself –  treat the soil  as the figs foretold the Romans.    Now to concern ourselves  for […]

At the beginning of this month Mental Health Intern Hanna Fuzesi hosted an amazing session on Balancing Mental Health. If you missed it, no worries! I will be outlining the main points she made throughout this article. As exam season is right around the corner, maintaining balance and healthy boundaries becomes crucial. Balance is how […]

A conversation with Dr. Lauren Beck Visual and Material Culture Studies can be a difficult to pin-down topic. Many students don’t really know what they’re getting into when they sign up for a class or can’t imagine what they would do with a degree in VMCS. To solve this issue, I asked professor Dr. Lauren […]

“Self-Care is kinda BS”- Anna Hardie The other day I watched a youtube video titled “Self-Care is Kinda BS” by one of my favorite Youtubers Arpi Park. To introduce, Arpi Park has a generous following of 265k followers on Youtube and is most well-known for his videos on documenting his experience as a student at […]

MASU Gender and Sexual Diversity Rep. Sam Walsh hosts workshop on how to create a safer space On March 11, the MASU Pride Committee hosted a “How to create a safer space” workshop as one of the many events happening as part of Pride at Mt. A. The event was attended by students, staff, and […]