From Micro-aggressions to blatant racism, two students of color share their experience of what it’s like attending a predominantly white campus. By Peyton Pitman, Co-Editor-in-Chief https://soundcloud.com/user-432210350/track-code-switch-how-black-students-are-assimilating-into-white-culture [Intro Music Faces In] INTRO (MIA SPLENDORE): Race relations has been a hot topic in the news recently. From police brutality to racial inequity, people are starting to have … Continue reading Code Switch: How Black Students are Assimilating Into White Culture
A short look into the people watching scene. By Peyton Pitman, Co-Editor-in-Chief The first time I had the pleasure of seeing you, I was lost. In a single glimpse you showed me what it would feel like to be extraordinary just by your presence. But you don't know me, and I don't know you. Yet, … Continue reading Someone Who Sees You
College is an overwhelming time for many students on campus. For Janet Riggs, studying at Huntington University came with an extra set of challenges that led to her withdrawal. By Peyton Pitman, Assistant Editor
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“Freedom” from social media can garner surprising results. By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer Earlier this month, I sat down with my memo pad, trying to brainstorm ideas for my next article in The Huntingtonian. I went back and forth about what I wanted to share with you all, and how I wanted to share it. … Continue reading I Quit Social Media for a Week. This Is What Happened.
Why several students are ready for a new year. By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer As this year comes to an end, another year at HU is soon beginning. Although these next couple weeks are stressful for most, students on campus are still holding on and looking forward to their next semester of being a forester. … Continue reading What Are HU Students Looking Forward to Next Semester?
By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer Directions: Answer the questions below, keeping track of which letters you circle. The results will depend on which letter you circle the most. 1.) What name do you like the best? A. MaxB. JackC. MichaelD. KatE. Marnie 2.) Are you a person who likes Halloween films? A. I guess, but … Continue reading What Halloween Movie Do You Belong In?
By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer Do the names Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ring a bell? If so, you may have heard about NASA's new space exploration project. A rocket recently launched into space on October 18 — a rocket that contained two women. These women were Christina and Jessica — the first-ever solo female … Continue reading History Made: The First All-Female Space Walk
By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer If there’s one thing that I love, it’s Halloween. There’s just something about the “spooky season” that excites me. I love the decorations, the films, the pumpkins, and, most importantly, the costumes. There’s nothing quite like going to Spirit or Halloween City to pick out the perfect outfit for trick … Continue reading Where Are the Wheelchair Accessible Halloween Costumes?
Is there value in adding another major? By Peyton Pitman, Staff Writer The decision to add a major or a minor can be tough; I've been in that situation. The only thing harder than choosing another major is selecting the right other major. After all, a double major means a double amount of work. But … Continue reading Is Double Majoring Double Stupid?