Written by Kielice Holsey – Derby
Although kaepernick says it was his constitutional right to protest, as it percieved is taken as a racial protest during the playing of the National Anthem. Eventhough it is his constitutional right, it could still alienate some of the military areas and law enforcement as well. Read More
Written By: Tim Waller
Everyone loves getting a new video game. Whether it be picking up a used one or finally getting that one you preordered four months ago, getting a new game is a good feeling. Because of this, many people can get very irritated when that game they were anticipating for the last three months is delayed further by the developers. Delaying a release date has become a common occurrence among developers due to glitches, bugs, and other errors that need fixing before the game is playable. Other times, a developer may simply change an aspect of the game they promised (for better or worse) or perhaps they cancel it all together. Many (and I mean most) gamers can understand this, despite being disappointed; however, there are some that can’t accept that fact and become quite the… nuisance. Read More
Surrounded by colorful hairstyles, leather clothing, piercings and tattoos could only mean one thing. The day had come. Not just any day, but The Day. The day that many awaited all year. The day others could only dream about. The day that changed lives. The day that made me realize Warped Tour is not for me.
Workforce Alliance Strives to Build a Necessary Job Resource for Teens
Get a job. It could be seen as a common phrase in America, with a negative connotation.
However, to the staff and members of Workforce Alliance it meant a moment of opportunity.Whether they were looking for a long term career or just getting back into the swing of the job market, residents of Wichita arrived at the Workforce Alliance job fair July 9 to be interviewed. The job fair was filled with diverse career booths and staff to answer questions or discuss opportunities. John Grant, workforce professional, was standing at the Workforce Alliance booth, already chatting with a prospective career opportunist. Read More
Talking is the best way to help stop stigmas; whether they’re over gay marriage, abuse, mental health, etc. On January 28th, also known as Bell Let’s Talk Day, one of the main telecommunication and media companies in Canada donates 5 cents for every text sent through the company, hashtag on Twitter and mention on Facebook towards mental health initiatives. Read More