The Cardinal Times

Asian student union provides unique experience for students from all backgrounds

Isabella Lo

May 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

In a school with a predominantly Caucasian population, some Asian students are finding unique ways to learn about different Asian cultures and bond with others of similar and different backgrounds.   Every Friday during lunch...

Technology Benefits Society

Calder Moon

April 3, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Technology is all around us. We have the world’s information at our fingertips. We’re more connected than ever before. But some people think that all this tech is driving us apart, that we are losing ourselves. Cyberbullying...

Social Media Increases Conformity

Ben Abbariki

April 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Among the problems plaguing this generation and the generations to come, one of the most frightening is a rapid decline in individuality. People are becoming more susceptible to things considered trendy or acceptable in the pub...

March madness updates and highlights

Ben Pahl

March 26, 2018

Filed under Basketball, Features, Sports, Student Life

Heading into the second day of the sweet sixteen, there certainly has been a lot of “madness” so far in this year’s tournament.  Although you good go on forever about all the comebacks, upsets, etc., here is a brief summary o...

Cinderella at the ball: march madness underdogs

Ben Pahl

March 15, 2018

Filed under Basketball, Features, Opinion, Sports, Student Life

64 college basketball teams are selected to compete in the NCAA tournament every year(68 if you include the play-in games).  Within this pool is a wide-variety of different teams: the reigning champs, the overrated high seed...