The Advance-Titan

Impossible body standards have to change

Abby Zook

December 7, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

We all have doubted our appearance. We all have looked in the mirror and have been unhappy with what we see at some point in our lives. But for those who hate looking in that mirror because what they see does not meet our s...

Early decorating harms Christmas spirit

Jesse Szweda

November 30, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

Ah, Christmas! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, as the old song says. However, at least these days, there seems to be growing disagreement over what time of year constitutes the Christmas season. For many Americans,...

Online dating is worth the gamble

Robert Reeves

November 30, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

The world of online dating can be a gamble for both parties. From eHarmony to Tinder, users may never be entirely sure they’re dating the person the profile says they’re dating. However, that doesn’t mean that no one...

Memories, not possessions are what matter

Abby Zook

November 9, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

Objects that can be so easily destroyed are often times thought of as keepsakes of our younger years and treasured much more than they need to be. Materialism is a topic that is very thought-provoking and gives mixed signals and...

Millennials don’t all fit within predictable stereotypes

Josh Mounts

November 9, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

Generation gaps have been around forever and are definitely no new feat, but today’s gaps have led to disconnection between some of the people in our society. The common term “millennials” describes people who are now...

Pinterest sets high standards

Abby Zook

October 26, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

Have you ever wanted to complete a Do-It-Yourself project but didn’t have a clue on how to start? Well, you’re not alone. Pinterest has helped with the troubles of creating the perfect DIY piece of art, but it has also caused...

Electronics power down kids’ minds

Josh Mounts

October 26, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

Electronic devices are everywhere. They’re in every household, practically every room and everyone is learning to use them because they feel they need to. Grandparents FaceTime with their grandkids; couples in long distance...

Technology improves long distance communication

Renae Karmen

October 19, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion, Opinion Cartoon

  Some might say technology prevents people from forming personal bonds with others around them. Others may argue it helps people stay in contact with those who are not in the same place as them. As I was sitting in one of my classe...

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