PB & Pay

November 1, 2019 Evan Lee 0

A slim slather of PB&J that gets easily overwhelmed by the “Texas toast” surrounding it is about all you can expect from Sodexo’s cheapest sandwich on campus. They don’t exactly make for a five-star meal. […]

Taking ownership of our future

October 25, 2019 McKenzie Ward 0

Truth be told, as an SGA senator, I may be a little biased toward a push for civics classes for high school students.  However, my bias does not lessen the importance of the values civics […]

Diagnosis and community: an addendum

October 25, 2019 Thomas Maye 0

Last week, I came out from the spectrum in my op/ed article. When I was diagnosed in high school, material I’d read said my neurological condition – Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD) – is considered a […]

Midterms are not a time for self destruction

October 25, 2019 Ashley Wall 0

By Ashley Wall Associate Editor By Donald Halsing Editorial Staff [Editor’s note: Gatepost Grievances has been renamed Gatepost Guidance to better reflect the information provided within the column moving forward.] At this point in the […]

525,600 Minutes of Anxiety

October 25, 2019 Patrick Brady 0

Anxiety can follow us around like a lion stalking its prey. If you separate yourself from the lion, it won’t harm you. But if you venture too close to it, it will pounce. According to […]

The science of sleep

October 25, 2019 Dia Kilgore 0

College students are notorious for their erratic sleep schedules – but at what cost? For thousands of years, the mysteries of sleep have fascinated scientists. Intuitively, we know that sleep makes us feel more energetic […]

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