Is Facebook Worth It?

By Tomiwa Adeyemo, Staff Writer “If a service is free, you’re not the customer, you’re the product.” I’m not exactly sure who coined that phrase, but I am certain about the first time I heard it, which was in an interview featuring Apple CEO Tim Cook, where he reiterated Apple’s legendary stance on privacy (Apple […]

Cheers to The Pub

By Chanel McFollins, Staff Writer As I was talking about missing The Pub (our home pub on the Thunderbird Glendale campus in the tower), a first-year student asked “What was so special about that pub that is hard to find another? Was it the size?” That’s when it hit me: most of the incoming class […]

The Importance of Sleep

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer Throughout my time as an undergraduate, I only recall having a few early-morning classes. Though I generally can rise early without much difficulty, one 8:00 a.m. freshman English course proved to be a bit much. Perhaps it was the fact that I commuted to campus by bus, and had to […]

Freeve

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer “Spell ‘Freeve’,” the little boy told me. I kept repeating to myself ‘frive’, or ‘freeve,’ this is not a word I have heard before! “What does ‘Freeve’ mean?” I asked him. He responded by asking me to spell ‘Freeve’ for him one more time. This time, I pretended like I […]

With Help from Bob Ross

By DJ Nelson, Staff Writer Bob Ross is an American icon known for painting happy little trees on the widely popular show The Joy of Painting that aired during the 80’s and into the early 90’s. His calm demeanor, smooth tone of voice, and knack for “happy little accidents” appear to be second nature for […]