Bonds trial brings back bitter taste for MLB


Barry Bonds’ perjury trial is bringing back bad memories  for Bud Selig, Major League Baseball and, most importantly, the fans. Selig probably thought he was out of the woods, that the whole steroid era was in the books and that MLB could move on — all that was left to worry about was how to […]

Gourmet recipes to make it through the toughest of school days


Looking for some wholesome food to carry you through midterms and finals to the end of the school year? Try these recipes for an herbed chicken bake, berry cobbler and a ginger lime shrimp noodle dish. The recipes aren’t too difficult, so even a rookie chef should be able to produce great results. To top […]

Brutal Beers


We all crave the unspoken enormities in life. As students, surrounded by the tasteless swill of Coors and Miller, some of us long for the higher rafters of brewed brilliance. The traumatic zing of fresh hops, the earthy wave of toasted malts, the realization that after one beer, your night is over. For those screaming, […]

Pop stars incorporating electronic music, losing persona


I first heard “Hey Baby Baby” with T-Pain on the chorus at a party near campus last semester. If you’re between the ages of 14 and 30 or enjoy pop music, you’ve probably heard the song, too. It might be “old” in most pop listeners’ ears, but it’s still catchy. It’s a senseless yet danceable […]