ANDREW CYR <Sports Editor> During the NHL lockout, many hockey fans claimed that they would seek retribution for what the NHL and the Players’ Association did to them.
CAMILLE DUNBAR and SANDRA ALSAFFAWI-DAVID <Equity Officer, Student Senator > In 2013, a Juris Doctor degree comes complete with legal acumen, classic Latin phrases and a swanky price tag to boot.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> My past articles have primarily focused on fashion in terms of clothing, leading me to realize that one vital periphery has indeed been overlooked. In this issue, therefore, I want to highlight another important aspect of one’s professional “look” – hairstyles
DANIEL STYLER <Staff Writer> The Kentucky Wildcats are the defending champions in NCAA Basketball. What is happening at the University of Kentucky, though, goes beyond winning championships.
THOMAS MASTORAS <Co-Editor-in-Chief> Hamas terrorists are entirely to blame for the current round of violence and suffering in Israel and Gaza.
QUINN HARRIS, HILARY FENDER, SPENCER BAILEY <Contributors> For their second trip to the theatre on March 8th, your mock trial producers began the night with a candlelit dinner at La Palette ending at Spencer Bailey’s apartment with his cat Boston, some whiskey, cheddar and onion flavoured chips, and shreds of na’an bread.
CASS DA RE <Features Editor> There is a lot of concern about lawyers and their mental health. You’ve seen the statistics and rankings that put lawyers at the bottom rungs of the proverbial ladder.
MAXIMILIAN PATERSON <Arts & Culture Editor> Are you stressed yet?! Well, you will be! That’s right, the semester is almost over and all that studying and note compiling you haven’t done since the first week of September has now come to bite you in the brain.
DANIEL AKINBOSEDE <Contributor> This piece is intended to serve as a contrarian perspective and partial rebuttal to the Op-ed entitled “The Death of Hope and Change.”