Top College News Subscribe to the Newsletter

New Views

  • The Silver Lining

    A look at how our nation is handling the tragic shooting in Tucson, Arizona, and what we can do as a nation to help prevent this type of thing from happening again.

  • WalkerHayes

    Walker Hayes

    After concluding The Country Throwdown Tour, Walker, had anything but rest and relaxation to look forward to. He needed to get out to the radio stations ALL over the United States and promote what he thought would be his first single, "Wax Paper Cups".

  • Robots Invade Campus

    Despite popular belief, robotics is not an entirely new technology. Robots have been in use all the way back to the days of Leonardo da Vinci and his Antrhobot. Over the years, they have evolved and grown for uses in a select few fields, namely special effects and automobile manufacturing. 1 comment

  • roboworld

    roboworld

    Robots are cool, no doubt about it. Whether they are humanoids like the T-800 from the Terminator series or something more simplistic, like a Roomba, they spark our imaginations and make our lives safer, easier, and more efficient. The Carnegie Science Center isn't oblivious to this, and their new roboworld exhibit is one of the best, if not the best, things to come to the Pittsburgh in recent years.

  • The Internet: Stop Underestimating It

    Homer Simpson once asked, "They have the internet on computers now?" Within a few years, nobody will question if something is connected to the internet, because it will already be connected. I don't mean your phone; I'm talking about your shoes and your doorknobs.

  • Heather Morgan

    Morgan Wields a Mighty Voice, and Pen

    This blonde hair beauty known as Heather Morgan is a Texas native and not only can she tear up the stage with her vocal ability, but what got her known before that is her crazy talented writing skills. Heather is currently a writer for Sony and did they get heck of a package by signing her.

    4 comments

  • Where is America Headed?

    Where has responsibility gone in America? A lack of responsibility, hard work, and good political leadership are leading it away from its position as a superpower.

  • Diabetes Day

    "Group Work" = Gasp!

    Like many on campus, the words "group project" makes my skin cringe. But while working on a small group community service project to fulfill a requirement for my Small Group Communication class, I learned that it doesn't have to be so bad.

'Clash' Proves to be Titanic Bore

About halfway through "Clash of the Titans," a character shouts, "I have a way out of our misery." So do I: Walk out of this boring spectacle about men battling gods in ancient Greece.

Full story

Miley Cyrus Guards Turtle Eggs in "The Last Song"

"The Last Song," starring Greg Kinnear and Miley Cyrus as an estranged father and daughter trying to reconnect during a summer at a Southern beach town. Like other Sparks-inspired stories such as "The Notebook" and "Message in a Bottle," it will no doubt move millions to tears. More cynical sorts will likely snicker at its cloying sentimentality and operatic tragedy.

Full story

Preview: `Food Revolution' Regurgitates Worst of Reality Pap

Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution is changing the diet of America, or at least trying to.

Full story

No WMDs, but Still Plenty of Bang

There's no denying "Green Zone's" propulsive energy and the tantalizing idea of Damon making everything all right as a brave, morally infallible soldier. The irony, of course, is that this time his Bourne persona doesn't suffer from amnesia. Instead, he's trying to save us from our own.

Full story

Heather Morgan

Morgan Wields a Mighty Voice, and Pen

This blonde hair beauty known as Heather Morgan is a Texas native and not only can she tear up the stage with her vocal ability, but what got her known before that is her crazy talented writing skills. Heather is currently a writer for Sony and did they get heck of a package by signing her.

Full story

'Ladies' Return with Another 'Good Time'

All In Good Time is the Barenaked Ladies' eleventh studio album, but their first without one of their founding members. The album takes a more serious tone, but is another solid outing from the Canadian band now in their 22nd year.

Full story

Walker Hayes

Upcoming Star Working on Debut Album

Country singer Walker Hayes is still putting the final touches on his debut album, but one thing is clear: It's going to be a good one.

Full story

Steel Magnolia EP cover

Steel Magnolia Shines With New EP

 Two thumbs up for Steel Magnolia's new EP.

Full story

The Internet: Stop Underestimating It

Homer Simpson once asked, "They have the internet on computers now?" Within a few years, nobody will question if something is connected to the internet, because it will already be connected. I don't mean your phone; I'm talking about your shoes and your doorknobs.

Full story

Where is America Headed?

Where has responsibility gone in America? A lack of responsibility, hard work, and good political leadership are leading it away from its position as a superpower.

Full story

Diabetes Day

"Group Work" = Gasp!

Like many on campus, the words "group project" makes my skin cringe. But while working on a small group community service project to fulfill a requirement for my Small Group Communication class, I learned that it doesn't have to be so bad.

Full story

Tech-less Classrooms are Missing the Point

Taking away technology won't make much of a difference if the students aren't interested in the lesson in the first place. But whose fault is that?

Full story

Flawed

 Are athletes in today's society let off the hook too quickly?

Full story