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It is no secret that Greek life in the SEC is a big deal. But with deaths and injuries at Greek-sponsored events on the rise, schools are tightening rules and regulations on fraternities and sororities on campus in the hope that the culture will change. On Thursday, Feb. 15, the Interfraternity Council (IFC)...

A few days ago, President Donald Trump tweeted: “People’s’ lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation.” He said there’s...

The plans to become happier, healthier people in 2018 have likely fallen to the wayside by the time you are reading this. The veggies eaten, minutes exercised...

I remember my high school digital media class back in Waco, Texas. The year was 2010, and my classmates and I underwent rigorous training in Adobe software...

Thursday morning, Senate leaders agreed to propose a budget that would avoid another government shutdown like the one we had in January. The proposed budget...

With Black History Month finally here, it is important to truly understand the origins and the goals of such a majestic holiday. Created by Carter G. Woodson,...

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein accusations and Larry Nassar case, many people are weighing in on what measures should be taken to combat sexual assault. Vice...

President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address last week with one mindset standing out in the 80-minute speech: nationalism. Trump’s...

Motivation: We all want it, crave it and hunt it. Motivation is an elusive creature that always seems just out of reach, except for a few invigorating...