Stand-up comedy deserves to be recognized as a legitimate art form

Joseph Szalinski, Commentary

April 23, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Stand-up comedy is generally something that everybody loves; yet very few actually respect. Just like any other legitimate art form, stand-up takes time to hone and deliver as effectively as possible. Comics work exceptionally... Read more »

The Rocket staff editorial underestimates severity of mental illness

Karleigh Santry

April 22, 2015

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

I’m writing in response to the staff editorial that ran in the last issue of The Rocket titled “Students abuse priority scheduling.” In the article,... Read more »

Wage inequality remains problem in U.S.

Victoria Davis, Commentary

April 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion

This past Tuesday was national Equal Pay Day: a day that brings awareness to the differences in pay between men and women, where a woman earns approximately 78 cents to every man’s dollar. While... Read more »

8 struggles of having (and not having) a meal plan

Janelle Wilson, Asst. Campus Life Editor

April 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion

1.The Meals Boozel for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner   ... Read more »

The Beatles offer nothing exceptional in terms of changing music

Joseph Szalinski, Commentary

April 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion

I’ve been considered a pariah, of sorts, by certain social circles over the years. From not believing in a higher power, to not liking drinking, and even to not liking organized sports, I’ve... Read more »

When ‘sexist’ exes attack: ‘It’s my body, I’m allowed to do what I want with it’


April 2, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Just an hour ago, I had the unfortunate experience of having someone I once “dated” threaten to post year-old pictures of me I once sent him in confidence. This morning, I had made the mistake... Read more »