If college students spent more time in nature, they could lead healthier lifestyles with less anxiety.
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Both University Housing and campus residents would benefit if a means of communication between them was more readily accessible.
In the last five years, the content of late-night television has seen a shift so profound that it quite literally only takes a single viewing to notice — everything is too political.
There is something of a crisis in today’s journalism climate. According to a report conducted last fall at UNC Chapel Hill, local newspapers are closing at an alarming rate. One in five local American newspapers has vanished in the last fifteen years — are we witnessing the death of local news, or is there a way out?
As Halloween draws closer, you might find yourself wanting to get comfortable with a snack and dim the lights for a horror movie night. It’s in the spirit of the season to watch the classics — those movies reminiscent of a gilded age of horror, such as "The Shining," "The Exorcist," "A Nightmare on Elm Street," "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" or maybe a Steven King flick.
Consider the frequency with which the following occurs: you’re scrolling through the Apple news app, desperately wishing to be presented honest information about important happenings, and you are met instead with innumerable prideful and brazen headlines that you’re certain are only meant to rouse your emotions.