This week in The Collegian: Student employment, Sonic the Hedgehog makes it to the big screen, students complain about bad weather and a lack of school cancellations, and everybody gets the flu
“Outraged parents don’t often see the real people beyond the shade of red in their eyes.” -By Rachel Lyons
“If you’re looking for some piano ballads you can listen to while crying in the car at midnight, look no further than Anson Seabra, a Midwest native who has made a name for himself on TikTok with his melancholic melodies.” – By Jared Shuff
“If you want to be confronted with all forms of mental crises in a Cyndi Lauper fashion, Of Montreal’s “UR FUN” is worth multiple listen-throughs.” By Leslie Grajeda
While students are taking college classes, participating in extracurriculars, and balancing their schoolwork, it can be difficult to find a job that works around their schedule. Emily Branson spoke with students about their jobs and reported on ways other students can find jobs, both on and off campus.
Emily Fehrman on Jake Paul’s misinformed tweet claiming anxiety can be cured if you “chill your mind out” and “go for a walk:”
“Wow, thank you, Jake, I am cured of my debilitating anxiety. If I could just chill my mind out sometimes that would be fantastic, but that’s not what anxiety is.”