Orion Rummler, Editor-in-Chief • email@example.com As the Whitetopper enters another semester, a fresh round of editors, writers, photographers and columnists have taken on the job of covering local and on-campus news. It’s a time-consuming job, and often a thankless one–but a weekly, student-run print publication like ours is something to be proud of. Especially when the… Read More Letter from the Editor
Elle Ryan, Guest Contributor • firstname.lastname@example.org Photo by Elle Ryan Nyxxi is a year old black kitten that supports her owner with a heart of gold! Being a certified Emotional Support Animal at Emory & Henry, this cat lives quite an interesting life. She’s very shy, but affectionate. Her intuition is always in tune to… Read More Pet of the Week
Kristen Hines, Columnist • email@example.com Pixabay.com Many people can categorize Musicals into two sections; the big famous ones that everyone knows, and the equally good but not as successful ones that have almost faded into obscurity. And our Musical of the Week just happens to fall into the latter category. The RoundHouse Theater in Olney,… Read More Cinema of the Week: Musicals and Movies – In the Heights
Regan Booth, Columnist • firstname.lastname@example.org Courtesy of the Official HBO Facebook Page Forewarning, there are Game of Thrones Spoilers that are about to be discussed. Now that the seventh season of what some (me) would say is the greatest show of all time, we all can take a breather and sit down to think about… Read More So How About That Ice Dragon?
Sam Page, Columnist • email@example.com Photo by Hailey Ellis I am an artist. An artist with a purpose. I’d also consider myself an activist. I think it’s important to say that I’m both because so often, there is a disconnect between the two. I am allowed to be an activist in this world, but God… Read More My Right to Fight as an Artist
Sam Mungai, Columnist • firstname.lastname@example.org Photo by Sam Mungai Gentry Creek Falls, is a waterfall that is located about 40 minutes away from Emory& Henry college in Tennessee. This beauteous body of water attracts many avid thrill-seeking individuals from all over the state, who are looking to experience the natural peace of nature. The water… Read More Mungai’s Outdoor Retreat
Melody Lipford, Columnist • email@example.com This summer I was given an opportunity of a lifetime to travel to the beautiful mountain town of Copey, Costa Rica. Here, I volunteered as an ESL teacher for a month at a nonprofit organization called “Copey Learning Center. Primarily, I taught first and second grade and as time progressed,… Read More Soul Food