This is the first time the battle of the sexes coincides with the battle for the White House and voters are taking notice. Come November 9, America will have made history: The first female president or the first president to have hosted “The Apprentice.” Neither side has been spared from the onslaught of scandals. One […]
One of Sinclair’s very own has written and published her first novel, a murder mystery based off of Oakwood, Ohio. Leslie Nagel, a professor of Business English, has recently had her first novel published online. It is the first of a three part series called “The Oakwood Mystery Series.”
Meg Reineke plays for the Sinclair Volleyball team and Sinclair Women’s Basketball team. Reineke is from New Knoxville, Ohio and she plans to major in Business Management. She hopes to continue to play volleyball at a 4-year university with one of her options being the University of Indianapolis.
Disability Awareness Month was kicked off with a Sinclair Talk called “Seeing the ‘Able’ in Disability.” The objective of the talk was to break down stigmas and harmful stereotypes facing the disabled community and show them in a positive light.
If you’re as disgruntled at this election as I am, you probably saw the word Trump and groaned over how tired you are of hearing about ‘what he did now.’ We are just a little less than a month away from the election and now is the time that we must inform ourselves, friends and […]
This week’s installment of ‘How To’ actually features a step-by-step on accomplishing something. I’m going to give you the best advice possible on how to stalk your prey. This advice can be applied to both animals and people, but for the sake of simplicity you are a beautiful, strong lion and the prey is gazelle.