William Pham [email protected] To Laith Al-Shawaf, psychology is not just the science of mind and behavior. It is an inherently fascinating field that helps people to better understand themselves, their loved ones and the people around
Kaylan Hardin [email protected] Five Black students have spoken on the need for action-based support for the Black community on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) campus. Miles Jones, Bry’ona Johns, Irina Amouzou, Obi Idika and Shoag Bakeet recount times in which they felt the needs of Black students were heard or not heard
Kaylan Hardin [email protected] Love is still in the air, despite the masks that cover our faces when we breathe. Two UCCS couples recount their first time meeting and what their favorite Valentine’s Day was like.
Luci Schwarz [email protected] Autumn Hyatt is a senior majoring in English literature, who will be graduating from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) this winter. She has worked at The Scribe since August 2019. As
Cambrea Schrank [email protected] During the last year, students have invited four-legged family members into their homes to help them cope with social distancing and remote learning. Korra, a 2-year-old German Shepherd-Beagle mix, is the dog of secondary education
Luke Bennett [email protected] Enthusiastic teacher and announcer at UCCS, Majid “M.J.” Arjomandi, is a true embodiment of Mountain Lion pride. I had the pleasure to have Arjomadi for my professor during my freshmen GPS class, and I always appreciated his enthusiasm. His passion for teaching and
Allison Speir [email protected] Living on campus this semester can be compared to being in the popular online multiplayer game, “Among Us.” We constantly hang out with the same group of people and circle around the same