Category Archives: Opinions

Photographing my way to my last Southern News edition

Roma Rositani – Photo Editor From the photographer to the photo editor of the Southern News, I’ve learned how to photograph just about anything. Two and a half years, nine hundred twelve and a half days and one million three hundred fourteen thousand minutes, I have channeled into the newspaper. Although it sounds like I’m complaining, it is the farthest

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Heartbreak on campus – Opinion

Sarah Shelton– Features Editor One thing many students go through throughout their college years is heartbreak. Being heartbroken while a college student, especially with finals coming up, can be tough, but you are never alone on campus.  You think you are going to last forever, then they get stressed about school or work and start taking their anger out on

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Free food with ProCon

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor I have two words to make any student on campus fall in love with the Programs Council, or ProCon  Free food.  That’s right folks. ProCon hosts multiple events on campus every week and more often than not, you can score some free chow just by checking in with your student ID.  On a dreary Monday,

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Omicron Delta Kappa initiation experience

Sarah Shelton – Features Editor On April 4, a group of students, including the Southern News copy editor Wula Cham and I, got inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa.  According to their website, “Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, recognizes and encourages superior leadership and exemplary character. O∆K encourages collaboration among members across the five pillars of leadership celebrated

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