Hilltop Views

A Real Hoot: Owl lecture reveals evolutionary adaptions of survival

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February 19, 2018

Owls have adapted to become one of Earth's finest organisms. Not only can they hide in plain sight during the day, but they can  also use the dark to hunt their prey. The complexity of these organisms came to light on Feb. 13...

Artist Ai WeiWei’s ‘Human Flow’ examines plight of global refugee crisis

Gianni Zorrilla, Life and Arts Editor

November 13, 2017

More than 65 million people around the world have been displaced; a staggering number that continues to grow each day. Ai Weiwei's “Human Flow” examines the world refugee crisis through the lens of an artist—making for a pow...

Humans of St. Edwards: Maria Cardona

April 15, 2016

My major is Global Studies. I wanted to do math as a minor, but I didn't have enough time for that.My passion is traveling the world. I haven't gone everywhere that I would like to yet, but I am working on it. I love all different...

White colonialism only in critics’ wildest dreams


September 17, 2015

At the MTV Video Music Awards Taylor Swift debuted her new music video for her song “Wildest Dreams” and received a lot of criticism.Swift’s video is set in the 1950s and tells the story of two actors who are having a rel...

Homelessness problem calls for kindness, common sense


April 6, 2015

“Just because they live in a tent, it doesn’t mean they don’t have a heart,” a local Los Angeles woman said.The woman was describing a tragedy in Los Angeles where a homeless man named Africa was shot and killed by an ...



November 2, 2014

On a gloomy Wednesday afternoon, as I made my way American Grammar, I ran into a friend I hadn't seen all semester. He was walking with one of his friends I had seen around campus but had never spoken to.With excitement, he r...

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