New semester, new paper

Hello, everyone. As you can tell by the by line I’m Zack Penzien and I take care of the hardcopy design around here. If you were here last semester, you will notice that the Erie Square Gazette looks a bit different this time around. Well I did that. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Raising a Puppy Cesar Style

Researching the Shetland Sheep dog before buying one at a few weeks old had me horrified. Part of me was excited to have an essentially miniscule collie, and another part was anxious that it would live up to its wild reputation. Shelties are ranked #6 on Stanley Coren’s dog intelligence study with a very high…

Hot Chocolate by Josh Moody under a Creative Commons license

Winter’s chocolate fix

Winter’s chocolate fix Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief   Winter’s coming and the cold weather’s not letting up, so why not try something new? Hot chocolate from scratch, or maybe even some no-bake cookies? Sure, it’s easy to head to the nearest store and purchase premixed powder, whether it be in tub form or packet, but it’s…

T-birds tidbits

T-birds tidbits Twana Pinskey Managing Editor In this, a presidential election year, I have been reflecting on how much things have changed over the last four years. Four years ago, I paid around $1.87-$1.88 a gallon for gas. What I wouldn’t give to see those prices again. Over the summer months, I have watched prices…

Fresh pumpkin roll slices. Photo Credit: Christina Stoutenburg

Tasty guts

Tasty guts Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief  Pumpkins stay strong, for Halloween that is. Year after year, costumes and candy might change, but this single element has remained the same, whether used for decoration or the best part yet, food. Roasting seeds after pumpkin carving makes for a delectable and easy treat using just four ingredients: pumpkin…

Paint it, peel it, carve it

Paint it, peel it, carve it Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor Pumpkin carving, one of the few activities where people are encouraged to stab something with a sharp object. But now a day it’s not at all uncommon for people to set their knives and tiny saws aside for some different tools. One of those tools…

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Journey into the unseen

Journey into the unseen Zachary Penzien Production Editor Have you ever heard about a videogame that has never surfaced, leaving you wondering if they were ever real or a lack luster fever dream? If so, do I have the website for you! Unseen64.net is an archive of material from canceled, unseen and beta videogames. In…