The Death of Quality Part II

By Bryce Bower, Editor in Chief Business or Busyness? Building off of what I wrote last week, there is a serious lack of quality in news, entertainment, and media in general. How do we bring back good content? By slowing down. At the dawn of email, people treated it like regular snail mail. You could […]

Career Spotlight

  Choosing the Right Career Choosing the right career has always been a challenging one. Sometimes based on our preferences, we choose a career and later find that the chosen one is not the right one. The first few months in the career may be interesting but it turns out to be fairly monotonous later. […]

Spotlight on a Student – Avreeayl “Ave” Womack-O’Neil

By Kelly Swanson I met Avreeayl the first day of our class in Glendale. We have been friends ever since. From my perspective Ave as we call him, is an incredible person with a deep since of family values. The motto “Family first, then everything else” seems to be a creed with Ave. When traveling […]

Let’s stand and stare

Empty pool tables, many to-go boxes, deserted lawns–just 1 week into the new module and T-Birds are already flying helter-skelter. We hardly see them out and even if we do, they are talking furiously to their team mates. Sleepless nights are just a part of the routine and our blood is diluted with coffee. We […]