Editorial

Editorial

Hooters hits another low

Hooters new uniforms. Let’s talk about them. If you aren’t aware of Hooters, it is a chain restaurant which first opened in Florida in 1983. The appeal is the all-female waitstaff that wears short shorts and low cut tank tops. It has been going strong for many decades, and is […]

Editorial Opinion

Addressing rape culture at CU

It was Thursday, Sept. 2 during N-period. Amy Bremel and members of PAC, Peer Advocates for Change, were giving out Got Consent shirts- shirts meant for those to wear to help take a stance against rape culture on campus and promote happy, consensual sex. The shirts were all given away […]

Editorial

It’s good to be back

Pre-COVID 19, my office door at 41 Leavenworth was always open for students to walk in to say hi or for a little help with their work. Now it’s always slightly ajar, a little less welcoming, I know, but it allows me to take my mask off. Plus, they can […]

Editorial

Finding my voice in Communication

It was when searching for something to blog about that I found the subject for these bi-weekly posts in plain view in front of my face, or maybe even outside of where I was looking: Finding your voice as a Media and Communication major” They say you can do almost […]

Editorial

It could have been me: Violence and Asian bias

Sometimes feelings stay with you no matter how irrational they may seem to yourself or to other people.  I feel like, at this point, everyone knows I’ve been nervous about how non-Asian people will perceive and react to me during this pandemic.  I’ve been told to “go back to China” […]

Editorial

Accountability over ‘Justice’

On April 20, the state of Minnesota found Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. Nearly a year after the death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, many people are saying there is finally justice for this murder.  Justice is […]

Editorial

CU students disregard the Castleton Way when it comes to staff on campus

According to the Castleton University website, part of our school’s mission and the Castleton Way is “to appreciate our learned and compassionate faculty and dedicated and caring staff.” This is something our students are sometimes forgetting when it comes to our hardworking staff.  One Huden Dining Hall worker, who asked […]

Editorial

Respect the Spartan: To us it’s more than a club

Attending Castleton University was one of the best decisions I have ever made. When I first started at Castleton, I was a lost 18-year-old girl that didn’t really have any friends or know what she was going to do with her life. But after a few months, I was able […]

Editorial

Autism awareness or autism acceptance?

  Every April, Autism Speaks celebrates World Autism Month. It begins on April 2 with Autism Awareness Day. Autism Speaks is the most known charity organization for Autism Spectrum Disorder — you may recall the blue puzzle piece, which has recently become multicolored to recognize the ‘spectrum’ of autism. They […]