Valentine’s Day options for singles on campus

Hannah McLaughlin, Rocket Contributor

February 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Ah love. That special feeling of warm and fuzzies that spread from your heart to your belly and ends in your downstairs region. These feelings are strongest when you think of that one extraordinary person who makes your life worth... Read more »

Super Bowl commercials getting too provocative

Casey Young, Rocket Contributor

February 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The Super Bowl is one of those events that almost no one wants to miss.  Whether it’s as a fan of a particular team, a fan of the game itself, or a fan of the commercials, everyone wants a piece of the action.  Although the... Read more »

A.J. Burnett to test free agent market for 2014 season

Ryan Barlow, Rocket Contributor

January 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion

With Spring Training just around the corner, the Pittsburgh Pirates have announced that they preparing to enter the 2014 season without starting pitcher A.J. Burnett.  Burnett, 37, announced during the 2013 regular season campaign... Read more »

Students experience ‘mid-college crisis’ in vain, inevitably change major

Casey Young, Rocket Contributor

January 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion

At one point or another, everyone in college doubts his/her choice of major, wants to change majors, or just has no idea what he want to do with his life.  Give an 18 year old college student the decision of what he/she... Read more »

British singer Lily Allen makes feminist statement

Ashley Cook, Pixie Posts

December 5, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Popular British singer, Lily Allen, is back and with a vengeance. As a fan of her previous music before her hiatus from the music industry, I was ecstatic to hear her new song “Hard Out Here.” Although her video has received... Read more »

SRU’s production of Richard III utilizes modern touches, dedicated young actors

The Rocket

December 5, 2013

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

To the Editor,   The sound of a “magic flute’ exquisitely touched by young gifted hands and the soft background of a gently played guitar accompaniment set at tone for grace in a rendition of ‘Ave Maria.’ Outside... Read more »

Student-run ‘SRU’ Twitter accounts waste of time, joke among students

Hannah McLaughlin, Commentary

December 5, 2013

Filed under Opinion

I feel like it’s safe to assume that most students on campus have a Twitter account. And I think it’s also safe to assume that at some point or another, we’ve all see the various SRU accounts ‘not affiliated with Slippery... Read more »

Students wait in anticipation for new season of ‘The Bachelor’

Casey Young, Casey's Corner, Consider This

December 5, 2013

Filed under Opinion

We are all in the midst of final exam stress, studying, and maybe even some last minute cramming.  I, for one, am ready for a relaxing winter break.  Not only break, ladies, I am ready for the new season of The Bachelor to hit... Read more »