Different strokes, different folks

Joshua Hardee, Co-Editor

September 10, 2020

My first assignment in an art class last semester asked us to answer a rather frustrating question. Essentially, it asked whether a subjective view of artwork was more or less important than an objective one. As the professor...

Keepin’ It Reel: “Project Power”

Cassidy McKnight, Staff Writer

September 10, 2020

A famous actor Jamie Foxx stars in this must watch comic book-like film about what it would be like to be granted infinite power or be destroyed by it. The film is a coming of age story that combines comic-like features with modern c...

Our new normal

Julia Fulmer

September 10, 2020

Starting Sept. 8, FMU will officially resume classes on campus. This is exciting news for many students, as it symbolizes a promising first step toward normalcy. However, reopening the university may not be as normal as some hope....

Kei’yona’s Korner

Kei'yona Jordon, Copy Editor

September 10, 2020

A question that I often think about, especially as a black woman, is why a country that gained almost, if not everything, they have through violence, demands so much peace during protesting? Or even why do African-American people have t...

The art of happiness

Finn Millians, Staff Writer

September 10, 2020

It is safe to say that 2020 has not been our year. It seems as though blow after blow comes at us; we have been down since January, yet we just keep getting kicked. Murphy’s Law is certainly unforgiving. However, in light of...

Debate, don’t argue

James McCarley, Co-Editor

September 10, 2020

I love debating. I find it is extremely useful when I’m not sure about my own views or I’d like to learn something new. However, particularly on controversial topics, individuals often prefer to take a stance and not liste...

Hold your bias thoughts

Kei'Yona Jordon, Copy Editor

March 13, 2020

Journalism began as an objective way to inform the public. It is one of the most important professions regarding democracy and also the only profession protected in the Constitution. However, today, news coverage and newspaper...

Keepin’ It Reel: “Spenser Confidential”

Cassidy McKnight, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

As the number one rated Netflix movie in the United States right now, I just had to take my own look at Mark Wahlberg’s latest film, “Spenser Confidential.” Normally, I’m not a big fan of action movies except the Fast and ...

Panic is infectious

Joshua Hardee, Assistant Editor

March 13, 2020

As of March 7, there are more than 350 cases of the coronavirus in the U.S and the death toll has risen to 19, according to the New York Times. The March 6 situation report from the World Health Organization (WHO) shows there a...

Trouble for Biden?

James McCarley, Copy Editor

March 13, 2020

It recently came to my attention that former vice president Joe Biden, one of the Democratic presidential candidates, called a female college student a “lying dog-faced pony soldier” at one of his rallies in New Hampshire...

Don’t overlook basic courses

Elizabeth Floyd, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Students and professors have mixed reactions to general education classes. No matter if it’s during advising or midterms, some students and professors enjoy the simplicity of the general education courses, but the vast majo...

Keepin’ It Reel: “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Pt. 3”

Cassidy McKnight, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

When Netflix announced they were rebooting everyone’s favorite series about a teenage witch, the news was met with raised eyebrows by all generations. But by the time everyone binge-watched part one of the “Chilling Adventures of...