By Morgan Petronelli Fake news — this seems to be the new overused word floating around the web. In a world where posts can
By Nami Nagaoka According to USA Today, spring officially arrived on March 20. But in Youngstown, Ohio, there is still sporadic cold weather. There
By John Stran Anthony Hartwig, a telecommunications major at Youngstown State University, is like many students — a commuter. He travels to campus from
By Zach Srnis Plagiarism is when someone attempts to pass someone else’s idea as their own. It is seen as academic dishonesty and can
By David Ford For the last 25 years, a men’s adult basketball league has met every Thursday during the winter and spring from 8
By Tanner Mondok Libraries contain much more than just books, and the William F. Maag Jr. Library at Youngstown State University is no exception.