Oh my heavens, this is it. I’ve been thinking that same phrase for the past week and it’s hard to write about the end of my term as The Sentinel Newspaper’s editor-in-chief.
So much of my college experience has revolved around being a part of this team.
While my entire staff expects immense amounts of tears, and they aren’t...Arts & Living
“I said, ‘You know, while we’re trying to figure out what we’re going to do for the rest of our life, why don’t we open up a cookie store,’” says Michael J Coles on how the Great American Cookie Company came to be.
Coles is the co-founder of the Great American Cookie Company, co-founder of Charter Bank & Trust,...Opinion
Surviving a term as a college newspaper Editor-in-Chief isn’t easy.
The Sentinel staff could identify a number of defining moments from my first term as editor-in-chief that would probably embarrass me to no end. From learning how to manage stress to hysterically crying in my office, I feel like I’ve seen it all and have come back...Opinion
by Brittany Maher
My favorite Thanksgiving memories happen at a place that for centuries has been deemed second best; underrated and unrecognized. A place where all the youngest cousins, siblings, nieces and nephews gather in a distant, far off realm: the kid’s table.
At our house, it’s the after dinner festivities...Arts & Living
Megan Emory, Editor-in-Chief, followed President Papp on a typical day. The following is a chronological first-person account to better your understanding of what he does during a typical day.
It’s mid-September, classes are in full swing and fall is almost in the air. The campus is quiet, but President Daniel Papp started his day...Arts & Living
It’s not often that the author of a book can successfully direct the movie adaptation. Stephen Chbosky is an exception with “Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
The popular 1999 novel is based on the life of Charlie (Logan Lerman), a troubled freshman whose shy demeanor makes him a bit of an outcast. It isn’t until he meets seniors...Uncategorized
Editor’s Note: In the spirit of full disclosure, it should be noted that in the article “Organization of the Week: the Men of Delta Chi” published on Aug. 21, the writer is a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. It is the goal of The Sentinel to strive for the utmost credibility.
Editor-in-Chief...Arts & Living
Not every movie lives up to the fan’s expectations from the book; the Hunger Games series is an exception garnering critic and fan acclaim. The blockbuster movie “The Hunger Games” is now available on DVD for those looking for a more in-depth look into the phenomenon or for those just looking to re-watch the film.
Two spotlights, one DJ, 22 tents and 496 students gathered around the Campus Green after months of hard work and planning.
KSU held its first annual Relay for Life on April 13, a 12 hour event hosted by the American Cancer Society. Participants camped out around the green from the opening ceremony at 7 p.m. to the concluding ceremony...Arts & Living
Jeff Who Lives at Home is the new indie comedy, directed by brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, filled with established stars such as, Ed Helms, Jason Segel, Susan Sarandon and Judy Greer.
In the film, the mother of two grown sons, career-driven Pat (Ed Helms) and soul-searching Jeff (Jason Segel), becomes exhausted with Jeff’s lack of...