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What's the hype about TikTok?
Katelyn Pauley, Staff Reporter • February 17, 2022

Sitting at the number two slot in the Apple App Store is TikTok. TikTok currently outranks well-known apps such as YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat. What is TikTok? According...

Pumpkin Spice Season
October 19, 2021
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Campus Climate and You
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • April 18, 2022

Campus Climate and You College campuses are large. They often consist of the centralized area with the library, community center and academic buildings, and then there are dorms both near and far away from campus grounds, not to mention all the different floors some buildings might have. With how busy one single college day can be, there are plenty of developments and occurrences that can happen...

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All About Blood Drives
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • April 4, 2022

Blood. Everyone has it in their bodies and everyone can fall into one of the different blood type categories that exists on our planet. When it comes to the collection of blood, however, there are specific events and gatherings that allow for medical professionals to collect blood from donors so it can be used in another way. These gatherings and events are typically held indoors, and are most commonly...

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Shawnee State Silhouette Soon! Complete Creativity Captured Carefully
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • March 15, 2022

In the current world, people often find themselves writing down or taking pictures to symbolize their thoughts, feelings and goals in a way that means much to them. Whether this would be on their phone, in their minds or through paper, the power that expression holds is unmatched in how it allows people to reach a vast difference of audiences. When it comes to expression, it can be somewhat hard to...

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Student Interview: Sarah Cunningham
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • March 10, 2022

On campus grounds, students from all walks of life study and pursue their dreams through hard work and determination. As all of them are unique, some of them also have experiences that outline their journey through life, and one such student has found herself facing everything that comes at her with the help of her faithful canine companion. This is a look into her own background. About Sarah Cunningham Meet...

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Faculty Interview: Doctor Scott
Faculty Interview: Doctor Scott
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • March 8, 2022

Faculty Interview: Doctor Scott At Shawnee State University, there is a wide array of different faculty members and professors that are always working to ensure a brighter future for its students. However, the COVID-19 epidemic has restricted many of these interpersonal relationships between faculty and students, and as a result, has affected both parties respectively. Today, I reached out to one...

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The first annual Appalachian Foothills Festival
The first annual Appalachian Foothills Festival
Aubrey Boland, Assistant Editor • March 21, 2022

The first Appalachian Foothills Festival will be held over March 25 and March 26 on Shawnee State University's campus. The festival is a celebration of literary art in...

How Colleges in Different States Handle COVID-19
Katelyn Pauley, Staff Reporter • February 23, 2022

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of Feb. 8, 2022, 2,025,147 cases of COVID-19 were reported in the past seven days. The rate reported per...

Local Christmas Events
Katelyn Pauley, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021

With the holidays around the corner, there will be several things to do in or around Portsmouth to get in the holiday spirit. From Christmas parades to plays, there will be...

Southern Ohio Medical Center Faces Cyberattack
Southern Ohio Medical Center Faces Cyberattack
Brodey Entler, Staff Reporter • November 22, 2021

On Nov. 11, Southern Ohio Medical Center (SOMC) unveiled on social media that “an authorized third-party” gained access to its servers. This caused the hospital to have...

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Shawnee Career Fair Approaches Soon!
Shawnee Career Fair Approaches Soon!
Jerry Igaz, Staff Reporter • March 20, 2022

After high school, college serves as a way to gain higher education, friends, and the degrees necessary for one to pursue their desired job. However, getting into a position...

Student Stress Out
Rachel Clingman, Staff Reporter • December 3, 2021

Stressed OUT The semester is coming to an end and students are scrambling to get their last pieces of work perfected and turned in. In the midst of the weather changing,...

Academic Burnout in College Students
Elizabeth Gillespie, Staff Reporter • November 19, 2021

Academic burnout is a mental health issue that can have severe effects on college students and that can be caused by the overwhelming amount of stress that college students...

A Job Opportunity For You!
Rachel Clingman, Staff Reporter • November 2, 2021

Shawnee students, now is the time to meet new people, seek job opportunities and make connections. As far as opportunities being offered, Shawnee State does not leave their...

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SSU Students Travel to Puerto Rico
SSU Students Travel to Puerto Rico
Aubrey Boland, Assistant Editor • February 24, 2022

Four students from the English/Humanities Department at SSU traveled to Puerto Rico on a fully-funded 5-day trip.  The trip was organized and led by Dr. Salinas, who teaches...

Bears Mean Business Club
Rachel Clingman, Staff Reporter • December 7, 2021

Let's get down to Bears business. While Shawnee State has many of clubs and extracurriculars to offer, the campus can now officially welcome its newest club! Business majors...

Changes to the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Charles Evans, Staff Reporter • December 6, 2021

The Department of Education has announced changes to the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness program. The agency could bring relief to more than 550,000 borrowers working in...

The SSU Cheer Club after cheering for a mens basketball game. Instagram Post @ssucheerleaders
SSU Cheer Club
Katelyn Pauley, Staff Reporter • December 6, 2021

Shawnee State’s Cheer Club is back after a year of battling COVID-19 restrictions. Last year, the Cheer Club was only able to cheer one game due to COVID-19. This year,...

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