The Buchtelite

Go Red for Women luncheon

By Noor Najjar, Student Writer

May 4, 2016

Life is full of many great moments to cherish such as weddings, anniversaries, college acceptances, and graduations. Many pre-med students probably know that the number one non-communicable disease and killer in the United States is heart disease, with many risk factors such as bad diet, genetics, and...

Akron gives ‘Big Love’ to community

Akron gives ‘Big Love’ to community

By Preston Davis, writer

March 16, 2016

In its third year, the Big Love Fest of Akron filled Summit Artspace with a family-friendly celebration of the community’s art, music, dance, food, spirituality, and connection. Big Love was held March 12 from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. In prior years, the festival was held at Musica, but the growing...

When Subway leaves, where’s the healthy food?

When Subway leaves, where’s the healthy food?

By Logan Lane, Copy Editor

September 21, 2015

The Student Union Subway will no longer be a dining option, Aramark district marketing Manager Eugene Walters confirmed in an interview on Friday, Sept. 18. The departure of the popular food chain is a result of the inability of Aramark and the local franchisee to make a deal. “The franchisee o...

‘Coeds Go Red Luncheon’ for heart health

By Kristina Aiad-Toss, News Writer

April 27, 2015

A common misconception about heart problems is that they only affect the elderly or overweight. However, the “Coeds Go Red Luncheon” of last Friday, April 24,  gave information to faculty, staff, and students about protecting the heart at any age. Attendees also enjoyed a “heart healthy” lunch...

America switching to healthier food options

America switching to healthier food options

By Keirsten Heckel, Student Writer

March 18, 2015

If a foreign exchange student were to come to America five years ago, what would they see? Two extremes would be presented to them upon arrival. On one end of the spectrum, they would see a world of fast food and calorie loaded meals with large portions. It was difficult to find healthy options at any...

Shatter the stress

Shatter the stress

By Sofia Syed, Arts & Life Editor

March 12, 2015

Midterms can be a nerve-wracking time for students and over worrying can only make matters worse. There are simple things one can do to relieve stress and focus on doing well for their exams. Getting a proper amount of sleep before an exam is important. While pulling an all-nighter to cram may seem...