The PostScript

Doing Valentine’s Day on a budget

Colleen Roach, staff writer

February 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion

That time of the year is upon us, just after Christmas and New Years, when we think we’re safe from obligatory present buying and going out; then someone asks, “What are you and your significant other doing for Valentine’s D...

Learn the not-so-lovely origins of Valentine’s Day

Kristin Weaver, staff writer

February 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, and whether you believe it’s a day to be celebrated, or just another “Hallmark Holiday,” it’s hard to deny the origins of Valentine’s Day are fascinating. Who was St. Va...

CC students take-on spring semester

Melvonia Taylor, co-editor

January 11, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

CC students kicked-off the spring 2017 semester Jan. 10, but they may have a difficult time transitioning from winter break to college life. Here are a few tips: Manage time. Photo credit: Pixabay   Make a s...

Seek God during Hell week

Seek God during Hell week

December 7, 2016

Where do we draw the line: ‘90s babies or millennials?

Colleen Roach, Staff Writer

November 9, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I’ve always wondered how society chooses to classify generations. What makes a ‘90s baby a ‘90s baby, and more importantly, which  generation are we? I’ve noticed that people born during the years of 1996 to 1998 can’t deci...

Fit some “me” time into your day

Bryn Blumenthal, Staff Writer

November 9, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Through the whirlwind of classes, homework, work and/or athletic practice, how are students supposed to find time for ourselves? Should we even try to find time for ourselves? The answer is yes. We should step away from all of the hectic re...

Be confident in your own skin

Colleen Roach, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Women struggle with their body image on a regular basis, but does it get worse around Halloween or if they dress up as a character, otherwise known as cosplay, at a convention? I went shopping for Halloween costumes with the...

Speak up as you like

Colleen Roach, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Columbia College has encouraged all of its students to voice their opinions. However, why is it that I still find myself wondering if I’m speaking too much? In high school, I did not always speak up in class discussions,...

What a Girl Wants

Alex Smith, staff writer

April 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I’m starting to feel like “happily ever after” is “not so happily ever happening.” I am a millennial, and we are vocal, bold and innovative, entitled and lost when it comes to real romance and relationships with substance....

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