5 people you should be thanking but aren’t

Danielle Swezey, Commentary

September 11, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Earlier this week, I was running late and only had fifteen minutes before my next class started. I stopped at Weisenfluh to quickly grab something. I could see that the line at Elia was long and full of disgruntled,... Read more »

Ferguson officer’s behavior should not be held as police standard

Coryn Bookwalter, Commentary

September 11, 2014

Filed under Opinion

When it comes down to it, what happened in Ferguson, Missouri was inexcusable. Officer Darren Wilson did not live up to the oath he took to protect the people of his community and took advantage... Read more »

Genetics seeks to explain gay gene

Kevin Squires, Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Running: It’s torture, not a lifestyle

Danielle Swezey, Commentary

September 4, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Upon our entry into a brand new school year, I can’t help but notice the push of SRU students that are bent on running to the gym to avoid the dreaded Freshman Fifteen, which can evolve into the... Read more »

Class should not be seen as a chore

Coryn Bookwalter, Commentary

September 4, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Over the past few weeks I’ve been reading tweets and Facebook posts about the semester beginning.  Most have shed a negative light on education with posts such as, “Why is summer over? I hate... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Ice Bucket Challenge ‘stands as an example of using social media for good’

Gordon Ovenshine

September 4, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Thank you to Kevin Squires and The Rocket for drawing worthy attention to ALS via the paper’s Aug. 28 opinion piece. My mother-in-law was recently diagnosed, so we are learning as a family about... Read more »