By Jeffrey W. Cope, Texas State University
Running to the hills because of Trump? If so, be sure to pack these five tools so you can stand a chance in the unforgiving wilderness.
While many consider Obama to be the flyest president America has ever seen, his actions suggest that ‘slyest’ might be a better description.
The Clinton administration admonished him, white nationalists embraced him and the Russians tweeted a picture of him. But why?
Whether you’re looking to escape swarms of zombies in a dense forest or battle alien life-forms throughout the galaxy, the new year has a video game for you.
As the year comes to an end, here’s a look back at sixteen of the most significant news stories of the year.
With the advent of campus carry laws, it’s time that students increase their knowledge on what it means to carry a firearm.
As the co-host of her own comedy show and owner of a burgeoning social media following, the Austin senior is no joke.
With a growing list of talented musicians, actors and artists dying at the young age of 27, it’s hard not to wonder what could have been.
From headphones to guns, you’ll need to score some bargains this Friday to outlast the coming era (error?) of Trump.
If the elections motivated you into journalism, but you’re too hesitant to start your own media operation, then check out these guys getting the work done.
In what has certainly been a uniquely historic election, the controversy of one candidate will not end at the polls.
These three YouTube channels are everything you need to know about vanning.
A timeline of of the organization ten years and ten million leaked documents in the making.
In an election year where the third party candidate may actually have a chance, we’ve been given just another poor option from the libertarian party.
What’s a little volunteer work in exchange to FINALLY see Red Hot Chili Peppers live?
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