The Buchtelite

Farewell!

Farewell!

By Buchtelite Editorial Board

May 4, 2016

It’s the end of another semester, another school year, and truly we hope the best for you both during finals and afterward. (Even if it seems unlikely, you will do better than you think if you believe it to be so.) For those who are graduating forever, farewell! For those whose completion o...

It’s wrong not to use your right

By Diana Nikolic, Student Writer

March 7, 2016

Having moved to Akron, Ohio from Australia, I have always wondered why voting, by many, is considered unimportant in the United States. Being born and raised in a country that enforces mandatory voting, I consider voting a necessity in the decisions of the future. The excuse I hear most often from p...

Laughter: the cure for everyone’s problems

November 15, 2012

Written by: Abigail Chaff With Hurricane Sandy drenching us to the bone and winter fast approaching, it is easy to get a case of the blues that you just can’t shake. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), depression brought on by the change in seasons, wreaks havoc on so many. When the clouds roll in...

Bragging about mediocrity

November 13, 2012

Written by: Andrew Golden I find elevator rides fascinating. In the marketing world, an “elevator pitch” is a carefully crafted attempt to make a connection with, and to inform, a decision-maker during an altitude transition that he or she cannot escape. And as I wrap up my academic career at The Un...

Paying tuition to learn, not to be attacked

October 18, 2012

Written by: Sharon Jones This semester, I have had to deal with a very sarcastic and snide professor in a fine arts class. Frankly, I am highly unsatisfied with this professor’s conduct and low level of professionalism. I’ve had this problem with only this professor, who will remain unnamed. Every ...