The Ebbtide


February 17, 2017

Designed by Michael Redman, a graphic design student I designed this logo because I am extremely frustrated with our current political climate, especially the opinion that any news that doesn't agree with the party line must be "fake news." We live in a country founded on freedom of speech, freedom of ...

Scholarships: There’s an App for That – The Helpful and the hurtful in land of financial aid

February 7, 2017

By Ilona Kinnear It’s a hard thing, finding the right scholarships and grants and whatnot to help make going to college more financially viable. There is so much effort that goes into searching up scholarships that fit your qualifications, which is why I decided to look up an app for that. The...

Cheap Candy Day: The Most Underappreciated Holiday

February 7, 2017

By Emily Boyer The air is laden with something sweet in early February. Could it be love? Hope? A hint of the coming spring? Nope, it’s the smell of half-price chocolate. Happy Cheap Candy Day, everyone! For the uninitiated, Cheap Candy Day is Feb. 15, the day stores are desperately trying to get ri...

Keeping Up With the Resolutions – New Year’s Aftermath

January 22, 2017

By Adelia Sindunata Here comes the time when people write their “New Year, New Me” list, better known as New Year resolutions. This thing is magical — it could make your nearest gym overpacked with people on the first two weeks of January. Other people might not hit the gym, but maybe their goal...

Thanks, Obama

January 22, 2017

Courtesy of By Emily Boyer President Barack Obama has been sarcastically thanked for just about everything that’s gone wrong in the past eight years, from the creation of ISIS to high gas prices to that time I stubbed my toe. The man himself has even ...

An Ode to This American Life : Tune In to Ira

January 22, 2017

By Areeya Tipyasothi I first started listening to This American Life as a podcast in my sophomore year of high school. There was a school bus route that went to a church a few blocks from my house, but oftentimes I would choose to trek home from school way after the initial rush of students had fled...

School to Go from Bad to Worse: Trump chooses Betsy Devos as educational secretary

January 21, 2017

By Coral Nafziger School kind of sucks. After teaching for about a decade, I got tired of the suckiness. That’s why I’m in community college in my 30s pursuing a new career — I love teaching, but wasn’t able to find a way to function in America’s ridiculous educational system. We are on our ...

Things to Be Thankful for – Even after a Depressing Election

November 21, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata As far as I can remember, the recent U.S. presidential election has been the most controversial election I’ve ever seen. Not only did the result raise tons of questions from lots of people, but it also changed a lot of things since the first minute it was over. Friendships, the...

Trump Wins, What Now? : The Disaster of President Elect

November 21, 2016

By Ilona Kinnear The aftereffects of Donald Trump winning the election are scary. The satire piece in the last issue of the newspaper made light of a lot of issues that will seriously hurt people. Trump has not only brought to light the racism, sexism and phobias some thought were long gone, but a...

Where Do We Go From Here : In Search of A Second New Left

November 21, 2016

By Katen Burgess Donald Trump was elected President of the United States earlier this month, and I am still dumbfounded by it. Was America not ready for its first woman president? Was Hillary Clinton not the right woman? Was the Democratic Primary too dirty and too controversial? Did Bernie Bros...

(SATIRE) Trump Wins, Terror Reigns : The End Donalds On Us All.

November 7, 2016

By Ilona Kinnear Reporting from hell, frozen over: Donald Trump has won the election. It is officially the end of the world. It has been reported that liberals across the nation are now packing their bags and moving to Canada, but this is causing Canada to panic and close its borders as well. Trump ...

(SATIRE) Clinton Wins, Life is Hill : Who’s the Puppet Now?

(SATIRE) Clinton Wins, Life is Hill : Who's the Puppet Now?

November 7, 2016

By Ilona Kinnear Hillary Clinton has officially won the election and already millions of emails are disappearing from government databases across the U.S.. They continue to be exposed by Russian hackers to Wikileaks for the world to see. Clinton has also started redecorating the White House with ads a...

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