The Shield

Opposite personalities attract

Opposite personalities attract

Jasmine Myers, Staff Writer

September 4, 2018

I recently read a blog post that said people with type A personality and type B personality cannot have true meaningful friendships. I immediately called my best friend and began ranting to her about how much I disagreed with the post. That best friend is also my mom and our personalities are like d...

Relationships ‘should be a measurement of success’

Relationships ‘should be a  measurement of success’

Jessica Stallings, Visual Editor

December 8, 2016

Growing up, my friendships constantly ended, whether it was because my friends moved or we simply lost touch over time. I soon became aware that my grades were the only permanent thing in my life. I was always told when I grew up my career would be something I would always have no matter how many of my f...

Friendship more than filters

Sarah Rogers, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

Do you have a Snapchat? This question is often heard on college campuses. Since I have been at USI, I have observed that most  students use the app. Either that or they just like making weird faces at their phone. In layman terms, Snapchat is a popular mobile app that allows the user to send ph...

Far from familiar: Breaching barriers

Far from familiar: Breaching barriers

Megan Thorne, Features Editor

March 2, 2016

The Shield revisits Deena Bregheith, a junior English major from Palestine, to find out about her recent birthday and latest travels.

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