Articles written by: Julia Pulli


Adjunct Professors: The Growing Debate

A growing trend within the world of academia is the additional use of and dependence on adjunct professors. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an adjunct professor as “a teacher ranking next below a professor.” Adjunct professors are college professors who are hired to teach specific courses for a designated length of […]


Waltonian Guide to Expressing Your Thankfulness

Thankfulness is often expressed in passing or with words. Reading about those less fortunate may invoke a silent expression or prayer of thankfulness for all that you have. Or perhaps looking out the window on a cold, rainy day may cause a sensation of gratitude for the roof overhead. Maybe […]


Bumgarner Makes History, Leads Giants to Third Title in Five Years

The World Series is the pinnacle of baseball’s 162-game season, and this year the battle for the best team took place between a band of misfits, the San Francisco Giants, and America’s team, the Kansas City Royals. Game one seemed to be established in the first inning of the game. […]


Rise in ISIS Participation by French Youth

The Islamic State has been constantly growing in force and number since their first emergence. Social media has been a major factor in the recruiting of new members, and recently there have been hundreds of French youths, particularly females, joining ISIS. The new onslaught of young women leaving home for […]


Should There Be a DH in Baseball?

For years, baseball fans have been arguing over the use of designated hitters in baseball. [twocol_one]Be Responsible, Designate A Hitter Andrew Barbin Hitting in the DH spot is an opportunity for baseball players who are more one-dimensional to have more of an active spot on a roster besides pinch-hitting. All […]