Articles by Emma Carter

September 23, 2018 (4)

McComics: October 14

Below are the comic strips created by students in the communication department’s Communication and Culture course. Check back every Sunday for new comics. The images and content are used for…


September 23, 2018 (3)

McComics: October 7

Below are the comic strips created by students in the communication department’s Communication and Culture course. Check back every Sunday for new comics. The images and content are used for…



September 23, 2018 (2)

McComics: September 30

Below are the comic strips created by students in the communication department’s Communication and Culture course. Check back every Sunday for new comics. The images and content are used for…



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From the archives: 1970s headlines

Headlines are, of course, the first text our readers see when they pick up a copy of the newspaper. Writers at the Gold Bug, Western Maryland College’s name for its student-run newspaper…


September 23, 2018 (1)

McComics: September 23

Below are the comic strips created by students in the communication department’s Communication and Culture course. Check back every Sunday for new comics. The images and content are used for…


Cultivated's storefront. (Mikayla Whitehead / McDaniel Free Press).

Cultivated: A business and a dream

When walking up to Cultivated’s storefront, customers are greeted by a welcome sign and plants. Once inside, they can instantly tell what the store is all about because of the…


(Emma Carter / McDaniel Free Press).

The possibility of a smoke-free campus

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoking causes about 480,000 deaths every year in the U.S. As scientists learn about the negative side effects of smoking,…



September 23, 2018

McComics: September 16

Below are the comic strips created by students in the communication department’s Communication and Culture course. Check back every Sunday for new comics.   The images and content are used…






The average American uses up to 100 gallons of water each day. Photo courtesy of Pixabay user Semevent.

Just turn off the tap

Drip, drip, drop. It was a quiet Saturday morning. I had just walked into the McDaniel Hall bathroom when I heard this noise. I may not have been fully awake…