• Senior Farewell: Shelby

    Campus & Local

    By Shelby Clayton — Editor-in-Chief Growing up I always wanted to be a journalist. Nellie Bly was my hero and I truly believed that I could be just like her, give a voice to people that didn’t have one. I wanted to tell people’s stories. When I came to college I never imagined that I […]

  • Michael Sutherland dreamed of coming to Tarleton

    Campus & Local

    By Makenzie Plusnick— Opinion Editor “I was in FFA during high school, so I would come to Tarleton’s competitions all four years and this was the only college I ever applied for,” Sutherland said. “I knew the area, I’d been coming here the last four years, so I’m familiar here.” Sutherland came out as transgender […]

  • Rape defense classes set for fall semester

    Campus & Local

    By Bailey Templin— Guest Writer At least once every semester, the Tarleton Police Department puts on a Rape Aggression Defense, or R.A.D., class for women as a way to give back to the community. According to R.A.D.’s website, the classes include “educational components comprised of lecture, discussion, and physical resistive strategies” that they teach in […]

  • Vaping remains popular despite health concerns

    Campus & Local

    By Abigail Farrer— Guest Writer Walk through a crowded place where teenagers hang out, and chances are high that you’ll also walk through what looks like a cloud of smoke that smells like cotton candy or blue raspberry. This cloud of “smoke” is in fact water vapor emitted by a Juul or vape. A Juul […]

  • Who should be the next Tarleton president?

    Campus & Local

    This story was reported by Haley Gillespie, Kathryn Irvin, Sabrina Rodriguez, Alexis Richmond, Tobie Sparkman, Lorynne Benavides, Hannah Herring, Mason Gonzales and Isaiah Valdovinos. Tarleton State University’s next president should be a woman, a person of color, a former student, a person with a history at the university, or outsider with no ties to the […]

  • Students fined for illegally using handicap parking placards

    Campus & Local

    By Brandon Gutierrez— Guest Writer Handicap placards are issued to disabled people or others who need help being mobile to give them parking spaces close to buildings and ramps. This semester, Tarleton police caught dozens of students using handicap placards that don’t belong to them, which is a violation of state law.   “Over a three-month […]

  • Tarleton’s fashion studies program hosts a fashion show

    Campus & Local

    By Rachel LaCroix— Associate Producer Tarleton’s fashion studies program held its first ever annual fashion show in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center. Seniors Harlei Fain and Kallie Redding organized this event, so they could present their designs as well as the designs of their fellow fashion studies students. “I am one of two […]

  • Senior Farewell: Katelyn

    Campus & Local

    By Katelyn Rivera— Multimedia Journalist In nine days, I’ll finally be walking the stage in Wisdom gym with my fellow classmates. I never though this day would come, I actually never thought about finishing college, period. The time is now, I’m finishing up projects, packing up my house and actively thinking about what’s happening next. […]

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