Beyond the Title
This woman looks out for number one. And number two and number three and number four…
by Kate Wood
No one wants to be the new kid on the block, especially when being the new kid really means being the new adult on a college campus.
But even with the daunting task of being not only new in town, but also the first lady of a university, Sharon Kazee handles herself with incredible poise, exhibiting great tact and, not to mention, a genuine smile.
Burning by the River
Sunday nights at the Four Freedoms Monument are hotter than ever thanks to the Evansville Fire Family.
by Kristin Benzinger
Mothers have always told their children not to play with fire. This would have been the wrong advice for the Evansville Fire Family, a group of fire performers who light up the night by the Evansville riverfront. For them, what started as a hobby has become a staple in the local art scene.
Helping out with Habitat
Campus volunteers illustrate why they’re all worked up about building houses and why you should be too.
by Cassie Gutman
Unlike other charities, Habitat for Humanity focuses not just on providing homes to those in need but also on providing skills and confidence, which can help families change their lives.
“It’s a lot more exciting than simply raising money, and there’s a personal element to it,” said freshman Lesley Nash, a Habitat member. Nash joined the organization at the beginning of the year and went on her first build, where she witnessed exactly how Habitat was benefitting others.