The Rocket

Building personal relationships, friendships key to learning about diverse cultures

Rebecca Marcucci, Rocket Contributor

February 17, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

A man once told our nation that his children would be raised to judge an individual not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. This man, of course, was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a proud advocate...

“Chronicle” explores power and corruption

Jimmy Graner, Rocket Contributor

February 17, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

Just when you think it's not possible to gain superpowers the easy way, "Chronicle" explains how you can find them in your own backyard. One may not know how they work or how much power they can offer, but learning how to use...

“Stealth Health” a key to a good life

John Koch, Rocket Contributor

February 3, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

Sunk into a computer chair or couch, eating greasy food, drinking sugary beverages; what's the problem here? The problem is that for some Americans, this is a normal day.  They may not know it, but they could be setting themselves...

The Grey: Film action packed but too predictable

Jimmy Graner, Rocket Contributor

February 3, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

Liam Neeson is an actor known for playing big parts in movies that make a name for him in all suspects of action. He uses this to his advantage when he is put in the cold area of Alaska to lead a group of people to survival. "The...

Living with “tanorexia”: Tanning can lead to addiction symptoms

James Meyer, Assistant Campus Life Editor

January 27, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, Uncategorized

The spring semester has begun. Spring conjures up images of fresh leaves on the trees, fun in the sun after a long winter, putting away the winter coats and breaking out the shorts and t-shirts. But, as anyone who has lived in...

Weather a common cause of depression

Rebecca Marcucci, Rocket Contributor

January 27, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

Some students may find themselves experiencing overwhelming feelings regarding their schedules and the cold weather. This concept can lead to a type of depression psychologists call Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Stemming...

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