Goodbye SRU: A four year tour of, “What?!”

Rebecca Marcucci, Campus Life Editor

May 1, 2014

Filed under Opinion

After four years I’m tired of hearing the phrase “get involved.” I would roll my eyes every time but I’ve come to find your classes aren’t even enough on your résumé. It’s the experiences... Read more »

The Rocket: a warm embrace of the depressing art of skepticism

Jonathan Janasik, News Editor

May 1, 2014

Filed under Opinion

In ancient Greece, there was a school of thought dedicated to the practice of skepticism. Philosophers rarely agree with each other, so the specific beliefs of the skeptics differed from person to... Read more »

Total Srat Move?

Rebecca Marcucci, Campus Life Editor

April 25, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion

When you think Greek Life, how many of you think of John Belushi in “Animal House”? Raise your hands kids because I know you’re thinking it. Toga parties, waterfalls of alcohol, endless one night stands, what draws people... Read more »

Working during the semester effects students’ academics and college experience, restoring funding to higher education would help to resolve problematic situation

April 24, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter to the Editor, When I was a college student I didn’t work a job during the academic year. This is not because my family... Read more »

Greek life utilizes cult-like tactics for recruiting members

Jonathan Janasik, News Editor

April 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion

I’m convinced that frats and sororities are wearing ancient symbols on hooded sweatshirts in order to make contact with alien life forms. I know that the symbols are actually Greek letters, but... Read more »

NO MORE LETTER GRADES: A suggestion to save time in assigning grades and reduce headaches

April 17, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter to the Editor, A student takes a course and averages 89.99% at the end of the semester, after the professor has rounded her/ his total numerical... Read more »