Whenever I tell people I am wearing a Halloween costume to my Senior Homecoming, I receive weird glares and confused expressions. Most Ursuline traditions have a clear beginning, yet … Continue reading Why Seniors Wear Costumes to Homecoming
One woman shut down social media. Frances Haugen, known as the Facebook Whistleblower, was a former data scientist at Facebook who is now exposing Facebook’s secrets. After resigning … Continue reading Facebook’s Secrets Leaked: The Impact of the Facebook Whistleblower
Dragons, martial arts and mystical beasts: a combination like no other. The MCU introduces a new superhero, Shang-Chi, in an exciting, action-packed film. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the … Continue reading Shang-Chi Surpasses All Marvel Fans’ Expectations
50 years of marriage is a feat not most can accomplish. According to recent studies by the Census Bureau, only six percent of married couples make it to their golden … Continue reading Celebrating My Grandparents’ 50 Years of Love
The beginning of the school year is always stressful, especially in the middle of a pandemic. Stress management is essential for any student to live successfully, clearing and calming both … Continue reading Prioritizing Stress Management
Every day it seems there is a new streaming service being released, promising the best content for a cheap price. More people are tossing their cable plan and switching to … Continue reading Cutting the Cord: Is It Worth it to Get Rid of Cable?
Everyone from Lizzo to Lady Gaga are encouraging people to use their right to vote. Celebrities are finding creative ways to push people to the polls this election. Over the … Continue reading Celebrities for Voting
“In isolation, my imagination has run wild and this album is the result. I’ve told these stories to the best of my ability with all the love, wonder, and whimsy … Continue reading Taylor Taking a Swift Turn