The Buchtelite

Technology has replaced our desire for human interactions

Technology has replaced our desire for human interactions

By Ryan Herhold, Student Writer

March 7, 2016

As I walked to class last Thursday evening, I was greeted with a frigid wind whipping through the air, yet I felt colder from the students around me at the corner than any of the snow falling. Everyone was staring intently on their phone, as if the world around them had disappeared completely into the...

Inaugural media studies program

By Israa Eddeb and Julie Yockey

April 29, 2015

Rather than sitting in one of the buildings on campus and listening to a professor lecture, a group of students participated in a different type of instruction in mid-April. Their instructors were editors from National Public Radio, the Washington Post, and the exhibits at the Newseum, an interactive...

Benefits of working on-campus

By Makenzie Logan, Student Writer

April 20, 2015

  Looking for a job can be a tedious task. Almost a job in itself. As students we have opportunities available to work on the UA campus. Most of the time they will even work around a student's class schedule. Whether an incoming freshman or heading into one's senior year, working on campus...

UA pays respects to communication professor

Communication professor Paul R. Jacoway died unexpectedly at age 55.

By Alicia Finch, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2015

Communication professor and Akron native Paul R. Jacoway died Monday, March 9, at his home. Fifty-five years-old, Jacoway’s cause of death is undetermined at this time. A brother and a sister survive Jacoway. “He was an inspiration to people who had a desire to do something they were really...