Dear Freshmen: Your First Draft Is Probably Not Your Final Draft

Hannah Zeller, Writer - The Reporter

April 13, 2018

Dear Freshman,        The first draft of this letter was absolutely terrible. My thoughts were entirely disjointed, I had attempted to connect completely unrelated topics, and in the end I had a not-so-finished product t...

SKEPTICAL SCIENCE SUNDAYS: Charcoal Lattes

Kitty Geoghan, Section Editor - The Reporter

April 8, 2018

Remember unicorn frappuccinos? Those brightly colored Starbucks staples were all over Instagram not too long ago, but it seems the foodies of the Internet have already moved on. The next big thing? Charcoal lattes, a delightfu...

Greek Life, Greek Week

Kaitlyn Kocsis, Writer - The Reporter

April 7, 2018

Within the college community, there is a specific group of people assumed to live within a bubble of stigmas. I began this piece like I do all the rest -- nothing like a hot cup of joe at 2:00 a.m. and an hour of mindless resear...

GREEN FRIDAY: Workouts that Don’t Involve Running in Place

Alex Bocco, Writer - The Reporter

April 6, 2018

Although going to the gym may be relaxing to some, for others it’s a place of high stress. I am part of the latter population and thus decided to find alternatives to stay active. Below are four of my favorite workouts that d...

SKEPTICAL SCIENCE SUNDAY: Five Mythical “Cures” for Autism (Based On Fake Science)

Kitty Geoghan, Section Editor - The Reporter

April 1, 2018

A while ago, I discussed the popular myth that autism is caused by vaccines. The uptick in autism diagnosis over the past few decades has made the disorder an easy target for fearmongering and pseudoscience, and vaccines aren’t the only scapegoats taking the blame. Everything...

Dear freshmen: I’ll Think of a Clever Title…Eventually

Hannah Zeller, Writer - The Reporter

March 30, 2018

Dear Freshman, If you’re anything like me, you’re very familiar with the phrase “Due tomorrow? Do tomorrow.” For example, this letter is due to my editor this afternoon, so I’m writing it… this afternoon. Now, that doesn...

SKEPTICAL SCIENCE SUNDAY: GMOs

Kitty Geoghan, Section Editor - The Reporter

March 25, 2018

A few weeks back, I talked about organic farming and why it’s not nearly as important as some folks think it is. But it’s hard to talk about organic foods without also mentioning GMOs, since the two are so often connected among fans of “clean eating.” What is a GMO? T...

The Sweet 16 Reasons You Should be Watching the NCAA Tournament Instead of The Bachelor

Written by Ben Gainsboro

March 19, 2018

1. You’ll know why I chose the phrase Sweet 16.2. The NCAA Tournament only happens once a year.There’s like eight different Bachelor’s now. (I have a sister that’s why I know that, shh.)3. There are real scandals and redemption stories.Earlier this year, Arizona Head Coach Se...

SKEPTICAL SCIENCE SUNDAY: Earthing

Kitty Geoghan, Section Editor - The Reporter

March 18, 2018

Amid all the “revolutionary” theories about health and healing swirling around the Internet, there’s a new one that’s more than a little bizarre. You might have seen pictures across social media of a woman’s bare fe...

Dear Freshmen: A Watched Passion Never Boils…Or Something Like That

Hannah Zeller, Writer - The Reporter

March 2, 2018

Dear Freshmen,        I don’t know about you, but I dread those inspirational speeches given every so often, the ones that go a little something like “This is Mary Sue. Mary Sue loved math. Because she loved math,...

2018 Atlantic Sun Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview

Ben Gainsboro

February 27, 2018

Beginning Date: February 26th, 2018 Channel: ESPN3, Also Streaming Online at WatchEspn.Com 2017 Winner: Florida Gulf Coast (FGCU) Teams/Seeds: #1: Florida Gulf Coast (FGCU) Eagles- 21-10 Overall Record, 12-2 Conference Re...