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CSU Offers Study-Abroad Internships in Mexico

October 31, 2016

Filed under Academics

Written by Sam Sachs   Columbus State University’s study abroad program to Cuernavaca, Mexico has been in use for 22 years. Since its founding, hundreds of students have had the chance to immerse themselves in the culture of Mexico and in the Spani...

DIY Halloween Treats Recipes

October 30, 2016

Filed under Food

Written by Destiny Trivino   If you have a Halloween party coming up or (or are just feeling spooky), here are some DIY Halloween treats you can make for you and your guests.   Mummy Dogs To make these cute little hot dogs, you will need a pa...

Your Cuffing Season Playlist

October 26, 2016

Filed under Music

Written by Zoe Audifferen   Cuffing season is upon us my friends! All of a sudden long nights binge watching the Office alone aren’t that fun. A weird tingly feeling takes over your body… maybe it’s a fever… maybe it’s...

Sweatshirt Weather: Beating “Sumfall”

October 24, 2016

Filed under News

Written by Zoe Audifferen    Now I know the lyrics to a famous (and annoying) song by The Neighbourhood is running through your head and you’re starting to question whether or not this title has a typo. Let’s be real; half the time, us college s...

TOUR DE CHOW:The Culinary Escapade of EPI© Restaurant

October 24, 2016

Filed under Food

Written by Scottie DeClue  EPI© restaurant was my second home once– my second family. I experienced the début of the first menu, which featured dishes the likes of which I’d never seen before. I trained under a sommelier– our savant of ...

‘Storks’ Is Good Fun that Could Make You Think

October 18, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Written by Sam Sachs      It isn’t often that a film delivers crisp, well developed visuals, a stunning voice cast, a quiet elegance and a plot worth not just praise but introspection. Kids’ movies are known for their colors and sou...

Shaving Heads, Saving Lives

October 14, 2016

Filed under Campus, Wellness

Written by Tieanna Graphenreed   The DJ found his home in front of the clock tower, the brick columns on either side framing large speakers blaring the best (or worst, depending on who you ask) hits of the decade at a window rattling decib...

How to Pull An All-Nighter

October 13, 2016

Filed under Wellness

Written by Taylor White   With exams around the corner and the days becoming shorter, many students struggle to find the time to study or finish all of their homework. So in order to catch up on everything they’ve missed, they resort to pulling an ...

‘Way Down Film Fest’ to Debut at Springer Oct. 21-22

October 13, 2016

Filed under Arts

Written by Jacquelyn DeLauder     This October, the inaugural Way Down Film Festival (WDFF) kicks off on the main stage of the Springer Opera House. Founders Stacy Cunningham, Jacy Jenkins, and Cora King are striving to infuse Columbu...

Top 5 WORST Movies on Netflix

October 13, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Written by Sam Sachs/Kayla Jarrett   Netflix has really amped up its game in the entertainment sector, going from simply delivering DVDs by mail to becoming the biggest online streaming service in the world. As a result, the digital gia...

Schwob Students Learn from New York Professor Through Disklavier “Remote Piano”

October 12, 2016

Filed under Arts

Written by Toni Stauffer       The inaugural Schwob School of Music Remote Lesson occurred without a hitch on Monday, October 10.    The event was the second of five classes from the master class series sponsored by Yamaha, wh...

CSU Doesn’t Need an NCAA Football Team

October 7, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Written by Javere Johnson        Football season is upon us, but most students will spend this fall cheering on the Bulldogs and Tigers rather than the Cougars. Columbus State University doesn’t have an NCAA football team, though ...

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