Category - Features

World Mental Health Day

I was four years old when I had my first panic attack. My mother and I were at the Oxford Valley Mall in my hometown, waiting in line at an Auntie Anne’s pretzel stand right...

Coming Out Week at WCU

Photo by Alix Duncan. In 1988, National Coming Out Day (NCOD) was founded by Jean O’Leary and Robert Eichberg — two American lesbian-gay rights activists. O’Leary and Eichberg...

A picture with no frame

A shadow with no body An ocean with no fish A wheel with no tire A dance without twist A pen with no ink A drawer with no socks A tub with no water A sign with no stop An engine...

Be gentle with my soul

I beg you to be gentle with my soul. My feminine energy can be slightly over sensitive, and she often says things she doesn’t mean. She sleeps restlessly when she’s not held, but...

An interview with Miss WCU

Chase Sanders, a junior majoring in vocal performance with a minor in psychology, won West Chester’s Miss WCU pageant on Feb. 2 of the spring semester taking the crown and coveted...

Thanks, but no.

Photo courtesy of Nahje Royster. How many times do we say sorry for things that aren’t our fault? How many times do we convince ourselves that something we know isn’t our fault...

The importance of sleep

One of the biggest issues students have around this time is not getting enough sleep. The big contributors being that many students become stressed and pull all-nighters to study...