New year, new sleep schedule?

Photo by Kayla Michaud | CIGAR | Student makes New Year's resolutions to wake up earlier.  You could say I didn’t go into 2018 with the intent to have a resolution, it just happened. This...

Rhodyscopes 2/8

Aquarius Jan 20th - Feb 19th Listen, kid. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that test you were studying for? You are going to bomb it. Like 50 percent or below. But,...

Welcome to the new Cigar

Photo by Abigail Clarkin Getting the proverbial keys to the Good Five Cent Cigar was pretty daunting. Here I am, a junior writing & rhetoric and English major, who now has control of 47-year-old newspaper....

Bias in a nation of immigrants

Earlier this month, during a closed-door meeting with Senators and cabinet officials, President Trump allegedly on multiple occasions referred to Haiti, El Salvador, and nations in Africa as "shitholes." President Trump repeatedly questioned why...

Letter from the Editor: Momentum matters

For the past four years, the fabric of my college experience has been interwoven with the momentum of the Good 5 Cent Cigar. Every semester when I built my schedule I knew I needed...

Hidden addictions: Tethered to technology

I have 1,353 Facebook friends, 1,433 followers on Instagram, 200+ friends on Snapchat, and 300 followers on Twitter; yet, I’m lonely. What would you do with yourself if I took away your phone for...

Sully Abroad: Farewell Australia

One Hundred and forty-one days . That’s how many days I spent away from the United States. I can say that without a doubt, those were the best 141 days of my life. But...

Letter to the Editor: Childhood obesity doesn’t just affect the child

Worldwide, obesity prevalence has more than doubled since 1980, according to the World Health Organization. Specifically in the United States, West Virginia ranks highest in obesity while Colorado takes the award for lowest, as...

Goodbye, Warped Tour: The end of an era

Anyone that grew up on alternative music and dreamed of seeing all their favorite bands on Warped Tour understands my heart break when Kevin Lyman, the creator of the tour, announced on Wednesday, Nov....

Students discuss safer drug use at concerts and festivals

Students for Sensible Drug Policy, known around campus as SSDP, hosted a discussion on “Sensible Drug Use at Shows and Festivals” on Wednesday, Nov. 8. The event, which took place in the gallery of...

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