Solar panels coming to Otto Miller

Energy bills are breaking the backs of the average American, said sophomore Kevin Crow. Many people can’t afford to pay their energy bills, he said. With energy prices sky-rocketing nationwide, people are looking for a clean and renewable energy source to power their homes. For her senior project, alumna McKenzie Brister designed a system of […]

Freshman compares Uganda, USA

There is one doctor for every 150,000 people in Uganda, said freshman Kole Kenneth Arap Wasawas. "People are dying so unnecessarily," he said. "It’s frustrating and you lose a lot of hope." Around 50 students came to the Science Building on Friday night to hear Arap Wasawas, a pre-med student, share his story about growing […]

Blotter

Car prowl On Monday around 10 p.m., a student had their car prowled while parked near the First Free Methodist Church. Malicious Mischief/Vandalism On Sunday, graffiti was found on the north side of Gwinn Commons. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please […]

BSM proposal does not pass

<a href="files/FinalMediaRecommendation.pdf">View the proposal online [PDF]</a> Confusion surrounded last night’s vote to approve the Student Media Articulation and Recommendation Taskforce’s proposal for the Board of Student Media. After discussing the proposal for more than 20 minutes, some senators were unclear about what their vote would do. Approving the recommendation would adopt the proposal as the […]

Vergil’s poetry relevant today

Assistant Professor of Classics Owen Ewald said he thinks that Vergil’s "Aeneid" is incomplete. More importantly, the epic, written in 19 B.C., was meant to be this way. "Vergil seems to leave room for interpretation and supplementation, to provide a sketch rather than a finished painting," he said. This incompleteness inspired writers throughout the next […]