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Morals burning

Makenzie Murphy, Contributing writer

November 26, 2019

Fire is closing in. Your house is matter of feet from the flames that are taunting it, threatening to burn down all that you know. But your mind is as ease, knowing that you are safe as one of the few with the funds to buy your...

Earbuds? Check. Wifi? Check. Focus? Wait… what were you saying?

Sydney Cushman, Contributing writer

January 11, 2019

Students often complain that they can’t watch the newest Netflix original or use Spotify on the school wifi – but is this a bad thing? Some people claim that having something to listen to while they work helps them focus,...

Time to discover a new holiday for indigenous people

Michio Agresta, Contributing writer

June 2, 2018

   

The president stole your land, placing revered spots in peril

Molly Bailot, Managing editor

December 21, 2017

Patagonia, an outdoor clothing retailer, replaced its typical online homepage with a bold political statement. Consumers shopping for winter clothes this holiday season are greeted by an ominous black screen with a bold proclamation...

Driver safety a priority over aesthetics in Formula One

Adam Rylance, Contributing writer

December 19, 2017

Since 1950, fans of Formula One have marveled at the high speeds, cutting-edge technology, and hugely talented drivers. However, in the early years of the sport, drivers placed a significant risk upon their lives every time they...

Materialism minimizes meaningful lives, clouds brains

Amanda McCard, Contributing writer

November 20, 2017

You walk into your house after a tiring day at work. Stepping through the door, you see millions of pairs of shoes scattering the floor. You take off your coat and place it in the overflowing closet, alongside twenty other jackets....

Taking away NASA’s funds takes away innovation

Samantha Plebanek, Contributing writer

November 15, 2017

Have you ever felt the exciting instinct to explore as a child, but get disappointed as soon as your parent locked the doors to adventure? It is human nature to explore, to discover new ideas, to learn more than already known,...

Did President Trump Act Immature and Rude When Visiting Puerto Rico?

Talia Baranowski, Contributing writer

November 14, 2017

Puerto Rico was hit with Hurricane Maria almost two months ago, and is still struggling to get back to normal due to the damage. President Donald Trump visited Puerto Rico on Oct. 3 to address the issue and attempt to help the...

To die with dignity, not degradation

Sophia Hernandes and Allyson Mendez, Contributing writers

May 19, 2017

Before you read this, think of your loved ones. Think of your mom, dad, brother, sister, or your best friend and imagine them being diagnosed with a life-ending disease. Watch as it slowly turns your happy and healthy loved...

What’s Happened To Our Poor Country?

Ben Atlas, Writer/Editor

December 6, 2016

As of Tuesday, Nov. 8, Donald Trump is our President-Elect. As shocking as it may seem, we've elected an unqualified, misogynistic, racist, bigot to be the leader of the free world. Or we've elected an anti-establishment businessm...

These insects are the bee’s knees

Nick McGogh, Contributing writer

May 13, 2016

 Bees. I’m not talking about yellow jackets or hornets that so many ill-informed people claim to be bees as they swat and run for the hills. I am talking 'bout honey bees. These small little insects are the most important agricultural animal on the planet. Living i...

Abercrombie and Fitch: Switching Gears at Last

Geoffrey Gelorme

February 11, 2016

Long time fashion giant Abercrombie and Fitch is ubiquitous among people who hold themselves to a higher standard of style. With that comes selectivity, a characteristic that goes hand-in-hand with the brand name. However, the ...

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