Veteran puts his spin on tornadoes

The clouds turned gray, creating a blanket of darkness in the sky. The wind began to swirl, picking up little bits of dust and debris and lightning lit up the sky like the beginning of a Friday night football game in a small Texas town. It began to drizzle and the air was warm and…

5 Best tacos in Fort Worth

Live every day like it’s taco Tuesday- Published by Fort Worth Magazine Could you eat tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner? If you answered yes, chances are you’re from Fort Worth. Everyone knows Texans love their Tex-Mex and love their tacos even more. NBCDFW.com reported that Estately, an online blog, conducted a survey, “Most Taco-Crazed Cities in…

Colored hair has parted with punk rock for pop-culture

Published by: The Rambler Colored hair has popped into Fort Worth to stay as more and more young people embrace the modern hair trend and color their hair with vivid colors like bright pink, green, blue, and even grey to express their individuality. One of those people is Emily McDermott, a 29-year-old senior English major and…

DON’T FREAK OUT ABOUT GRADUATION FEARS

Published by The Rambler A few days ago I was scrolling through social media searching for a controversial topic or trending issue to write this issue’s opinion piece. However, the article that caught my eye seemed much more relatable to me than Donald Trump, police brutality or some celebrity, especially at this moment in my life,…

The ugly truth about college

Did you know that a college degree is worth less if you are raised poor? So much for the American dream. We are taught that if we, no matter who we are, can graduate high school, go to college, find a passion, find a career, get married, have kids, we’ll live happily ever after and…