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Women’s March 2018

Women’s March 2018

April 26, 2018

Stronger : Film Review

Stronger : Film Review

April 23, 2018

Steps to Preventing Cancer

Quinn Reinhardt

April 17, 2018

Up until recently, thanks to advancements in technology and thorough research, cancer was considered an incurable stroke of misfortune.  However, new research has provided scientists, and therefore the public, with slight changes...

Snapchat Complicates the Lives of Millions

Quinn Reinhardt

March 4, 2018

With each new Snapchat update, the millions of users around the world seem to anger quickly. Each time Snapchat updates its layout, people feel confused, stressed, and angry. However, this transition period usually lasts no more th...

Aruba: Manhasset in the Caribbean

Quinn Reinhardt

February 13, 2018

With Winter Break approaching, many students are looking forward to their famous wintertime destination - Aruba. Aruba is a special place in the hearts of many students and has a myriad of nicknames, which are vulgar, yet endearing....

A Lack of Grief?

Tiffeny Chen

November 8, 2017

It is disquieting how not a single acknowledgement was made amongst the trivial details of the lunch and club activities about the tragedy which occurred the day before. On October 31 st , 2017, a 29-year- old man in a rented...

Why Beauty Pageants Degrade Women

Mary Panetta, Entertainment Editor

November 24, 2016

Beauty pageants, which became popular in the 1880’s, objectify women and should cease for several reasons. For one, pageants start at a young age during which young girls participate without a choice in the matter. Additionally,...

Mass Media: The Real Loser of This Election

Katie Barnes

November 20, 2016

On both sides of the recent election, opinions on many issues differ. But the Democrats and Republicans have one thing in common: distrust of the media. A recent Gallup poll revealed that only 32% of Americans surveyed reported...

The Future of Sound

Philip Passes, Senior Technology Editor

November 18, 2016

Throughout history, technology has progressively gotten smaller. This is still the case with headphones and wearable audio appliances as well. The company Human Inc., however, has made it their goal to take a step to the side...

Should College Athletes Get Paid?

November 6, 2016

Out of the 1,093,234 kids that play football in high school, only about 6.5% of them play in college and only about 1.6% of that 6.5% actually go to the NFL. Johnny Manziel, when on the cover of Time magazine, stated: “It's...

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