‘Mindhunter’ Taking Center-Stage in Crime Dramas

Hayley Vawter | Reporter For as long as I can remember I have loved criminal justice television shows. The investigation, catching the bad guys and the criminology of it all has always been extremely intriguing to me. I’ve always had a curious mind, and I think that’s probably the main reason why the subject interests … Continue reading ‘Mindhunter’ Taking Center-Stage in Crime Dramas

Lack of Confidence Hinders Girls’ Success

Jennifer Somers | Editor Before reaching puberty, young girls begin to face the pressure to be perfect. As they mature, society’s mighty hands shape girls like clay into the “ideal woman,” one that’s delicate, soft-spoken, modest and submissive to authority. Any girl that doesn’t exactly fit the mold is looked down upon and force-fed the … Continue reading Lack of Confidence Hinders Girls’ Success

ECC Alumnus Creates Culinary Masterpieces, Works Toward Lifelong Dream

Colleen Narup | Editor He has posted his experimental food creations for years on social media, worked at several restaurants throughout the St. Louis area and graduated from East Central College three times. These are just a few things that Stephen Danso, 30, of Union, has done in order to achieve his goal of opening … Continue reading ECC Alumnus Creates Culinary Masterpieces, Works Toward Lifelong Dream

‘Fake News’ vs. Actual News: Learning the Importance of Media Literacy

Colleen Narup | Editor "Fake news" is a term that has been thrown around a lot in the media as of late. Cambridge Dictionary defines "fake news" as false stories that appear to be news that are spread on the Internet or other forms of media, usually created to influence political opinions or as a … Continue reading ‘Fake News’ vs. Actual News: Learning the Importance of Media Literacy