Category Archives: Feature Story

Living vegan at Southern


Melissa Nunez – Opinions and Features Editor It was after his freshman year that Marcello LaGreca, a senior interdisciplinary major, said he decided to give up on dorm life — given the struggle to find vegetarian-friendly food and the increased cost of living, it made sense to become a commuter. LaGreca, now vegan since late December, said his lifestyle choice stemmed

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Research Spotlight: Chemistry study heats up


Melissa Nunez – Opinions and Features Editor In any given chemistry lab, students donned with safety goggles peer into their bubbling beakers–as substances heat up, they monitor their thermometers, measuring the change quantitatively and record their findings. But as chemistry department chair, Jeffrey Webb, Ph.D. and Jenna Cannata believe, visualizing the shift can have much more of an impact. By

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Acknowledging Republican views on campus


Lynandro Simmons – Managing Editor Entering college as a freshman and being a moderate conservative provided some challenges, said Sarah O’Connor. “It was difficult being on a liberal campus,” said O’Connor, now a sophomore political science major. O’Connor, who is currently the co-chair of the College Republicans, said during the 2016 election she faced some struggling times. Joining the College

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