Public Safety Discusses Precaution Drills in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

By: Faradh Ameen   On Oct. 1, 2017, the biggest mass shooting in U.S. history took place at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fifty-eight people died and 546 were injured. Such events leave people anxious about their personal safety, and spark discussions about controversial topics such as gun control. “I don’t think we…… Continue reading Public Safety Discusses Precaution Drills in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

“RWBY” Vol. 5 is Back

By: Joe Barry “RWBY” (pronounced “Ruby”) Volume 5 is finally here! Many fans have been waiting all summer for it to come out. The “hype,” as “RWBY” fan MurderofBirds called it, has been growing steadily since Volume 4 ended. “RWBY” is an animated series created by Monyreak “Monty” Oum and Rooster Teeth Productions. Oum directed,…… Continue reading “RWBY” Vol. 5 is Back

Tuition Rising at FM

By: Jeanne Winton. As a result of economic strain, colleges around the country, including FM, have had to raise tuition. “I think everybody expects that costs increase,” said President Swanger, in response to FM’s recent tuition raise. Swanger went on to say that he usually tries to raise costs in small increments around $50-70, unlike…… Continue reading Tuition Rising at FM