Fall 2014

Profiting from nonprofit: Living to work for the benefit of others

Arianna Ruvalcaba  |  Contributing Writer A sea of students in brightly colored shirts waited in their seats for the arrival of the speaker. The almost palpable energy bounced off the walls along with the chit chat spoken in English and Chinese. As the speaker stepped onto the stage, the crowd straightened up in their chairs

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From My Perspective…The Black and White Ball on a Grass Field

Jasmine Rodgers  |  Contributing Writer Who’s confused, excited and mistakenly thinks she understands what she’s looking at?  Me at a soccer game, of course! The Azusa Pacific men’s soccer team won 2-1 against Simon Fraser University on Sept. 13. At the end of the game, it was still a wonder to me how the squads

20 Things to Know in Your 20s

Jasmine Rodgers  |  Contributing Writer Ever wondered why your 20s are so difficult?  It’s because you didn’t have this knowledge! 1. Know when to send flowers: Sometimes a sympathetic text just won’t do. Birthdays, funerals, hospital recoveries, births, weddings, anniversaries or Father’s Day (seriously, switch it up a bit) are all occasions when flowers are

Profiting from nonprofit: Living to work for the benefit of others

Arianna Ruvalcaba  |  Contributing Writer A sea of students in brightly colored shirts waited in their seats for the arrival of the speaker. The almost palpable energy bounced off the walls along with the chit chat spoken in English and Chinese. As the speaker stepped onto the stage, the crowd straightened up in their chairs

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Taza. A Social Coffee House

Bianca Ontiveros  |  Contributing Writer The holiday season is finally here. Christmas music is filling the air, but the season of dreadful finals has also arrived. During this time, it is hard to find a comfortable place to study. All of the nearby coffee shops and libraries are packed. The outlets are all being used

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How To make melted crayon art

Krista Rhoades  |  Contributing Writer Step 1 – Acquire crayons, glue, canvas and a hair dryer. Step 2 – Glue the crayons to the top of the canvas in whatever color arrangement you desire. Step 3 – Tilt the canvas so that the crayons can melt smoothly onto the canvas. Use the hair dryer to

Are you a serial podcast listener? Try NPR’s new one

Kayla Johnston  |  Contributing Writer National Public Radio’s podcast series “This American Life” created a spinoff, “Serial,” that launched its first episode at serialpodcast.org in October. Now, nine episodes later, the podcast has reached 50 million downloads, and, according to BBC News, is the podcast reaching 5 million iTunes downloads the fastest. So, what exactly

Taza. A Social Coffee House

Bianca Ontiveros  |  Contributing Writer The holiday season is finally here. Christmas music is filling the air, but the season of dreadful finals has also arrived. During this time, it is hard to find a comfortable place to study. All of the nearby coffee shops and libraries are packed. The outlets are all being used

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