Articles by Omar Meza

Gaga’s new single: “Perfect Illusion” or a perfect storm

  After three long years, Lady Gaga has released her greatly anticipated single, “Perfect Illusion.” The song has been highly anticipated by many of her fans around the world. Many of her fans have even made jokes about the singer regarding how long it takes for her to release her music.   With the song…

Spears makes a comeback with “Glory”

  Britney Spears’ ‘Glory’ does not fail to live up to it’s name. Spears has continued her music career well off into her life, giving her a large pool of song ideas and stories.   ‘Glory’ is Spears’ ninth studio album, making her musical belt large and in charge.   The album starts off with…

A fall fashion hello

When it comes to fall fashion, it seems to be a very big fan favorite around town. When the leaves start to fall and the colors start to change, people get into a mood where anything crisp and crunchy becomes the most appealing thing in sight. The fall season is one of my favorites. Being…

JCU’s “Sweet Charity” gave sweetly thrilling performances

John Carroll University’s performances of “Sweet Charity” over the past two weeks came to a close on Sunday, April 17 in the Kulas Auditorium. The show provided audience members with vibrant entertainment and gave audiences a captivating theater experience.   With a push into the lake, Charity Hope Valentine’s future began. In the beginning of…

Student Union bill to change course evaluations

  Student Union has taken a large step towards changing course evaluations. They passed a bill in the fall semester of 2015, which suggested that all course evaluations done for a professor’s class must be looked at by another faculty member to ensure that feedback is looked at and taken into consideration.   Cole Hassay,…

Four Boler Business students to travel to Colorado for national competition

  Four students of John Carroll University’s Boler School of Business will travel to Denver for the “Operation Stimulus Competition” from Wednesday, Feb. 3 to Saturday, Feb. 6. The competition is exclusively for North American business students from the United States and Canada.   John Carroll will be competing against 16 different universities, including The…