The Buchtelite

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...

How passions, values, and goals shape your career

By Brittany Gregg, Opinion Editor

September 23, 2015

If your interests and values are well-matched to your field of study, then you are likely to be happy and successful. But for many students, interests change over time, passions are discovered or lost, and the old job may no longer seem such a good fit. If you are in this position, a good starting point...

Award to be given to UA community

By Courtney Powell, Arts & Life Writer

February 18, 2015

The Life Awards are held annually to honor faculty, students, and student organizations that embody the LIFE values: legacy, integrity, fellowship, and excellence. There are 28 individual awards that anyone on campus can apply for. The large number of awards given is to ensure diversity—ensure that...