By: Carlisle Myers President Donald Trump’s order for the rapid execution of several inmates on death row has pushed several public figures to reconsider how necessary execution should be … Continue reading Should the Death Penalty be Necessary? Public Figures’ Fight Against Federal Execution
By: Carlisle Myers (and Matt Myers) As we all bask in the glow of the holiday season, giving and receiving gifts and generally enjoying all the holiday cheer, I … Continue reading A Carefully Curated Gift List for Emotionally Unavailable Dads
By: Emma Sweeney Selena Quintanilla continues to inspire people around the world with her talent, vitality, and the intertwinement of both her Mexican roots and American culture in her music. … Continue reading Selena Revitalized to a New Generation- but Lacks Her Perspective
By: Emma Sweeney Staying up late to order concert tickets. Preparing for the outing by listening to the artist’s album on repeat. Picking through your closet for the perfect outfit. The thrill of seeing your favorite artist … Continue reading The New Beginning or End to Music Festivals?
By: Emma Sweeney “Everyone in this system is a lost, lonely, irrelevant outsider, apart from the one person, the only person, that matters. She is the oxygen we all breathe. … Continue reading The Crown: Season 4 Overview
BY: Delia-Rose Constantine ’21 November 3 – the day that the fate of our country for the next four years is decided. The pandemic has made it more difficult to … Continue reading Voting Experience in a Pandemic
By: Hannah Singer ’23 With the world now grappling with the effects of the global pandemic, our mental health has taken a drastic toll. Unable to interact with our … Continue reading Corona Virus Affects Mental Health
By: Katharine Bales ’22 and Natalie Ro ’22 School has kept going since the COVID-19 crisis, but what about small local businesses such as coffee shops, small restaurants and boutiques? … Continue reading Stayin’ Alive: Small Business Edition