The advantages and disadvantages of completing college

Be prepared for the good and the bad of everything within your college career. The most common goal that all college students share is we are all here to complete college, and build our futures with great careers. Good luck to everyone on their journey to successfully completing college. Completing college is not only an […]

Review: ‘Almost, Maine’

  The KC Theatre Department’s production of “Almost, Maine,” is different in the fact that it is not necessarily one whole story but small cuts of different lives that all relate to one thing. Love. The show is a romantic comedy that comes together nicely with the work of director, Kaitlin de Graffenried and assistant […]

Judgment Day preacher speaks up on KC campus

At noon today around 30 students gathered in protest against self-proclaimed saint, Jesse Morrell, while he preached at students and stood on his soapbox labeled “Judgment Day.” During his time stationed in the Mike Miller Plaza in front of the Devall Student Center, Morrell preached against homosexuality and drinking, while saying the campus needs Jesus. […]

75 years of Rangerette history celebrated

The 75th annual Rangerette Revels will take place at 7 p.m Wednesday through Friday, and at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. The Rangerette’s show this year will be celebrating the 75th anniversary of the award winning dance team. A select number of past Rangerettes have been selected to perform as 75th Anniversary All-Stars in […]

Student cited for banned substance

Maegan Mitchell Senior Writer A student was ticketed by KCPD for possession of K2, also known as synthetic marijuana, and has been banned from campus housing. While patrolling in front of Stark Hall for parking violations, Officer J.H. Lanier came to a vehicle that did not have a proper parking sticker. Upon circling the vehicle […]

Fall enrollment drops 5.1 percent

ASHLEY MORALES Executive Editor KC’s 12th day enrollment has decreased 5.1 percent from this same time last year. As of the 12th class day, Sept. 11, total enrollment is 5,920, compared to 6,238 Fall 2012. “We still have to go through the attendance verification process for financial aid,” said Staci Martin, registrar. Adjustments will cause […]