Why I am pro-choice

By: Emily Eberhart | Arts and Entertainment Editor May 29, 2019 With a majority conservative Supreme Court now in place with the addition of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh this year, Republicans have began making a […]

Class of 2020, it’s all up to you now

By: Oyuky Bahena | Writer May 30, 2019 Oh, junior year…where do I begin? In early August, as school was about to begin, I (along with many others) was already plagued with dread, thanks to […]

Should we separate art from the artist?

By: Reid Corley | Writer When celebrities engage in inappropriate conduct, how should we react to the art they create? Should we boycott their films, their music, their writing? What about others involved in the […]

Why millennials are screwed

By: Abigail Calandra| Writer May 30, 2019 Millennials (anyone born between 1982 and 2004 in this context) are going to be the first generation in history to be poorer than our parents. And that’s unfortunate. […]

Why Bernie Sanders is not a socialist

By: Abigail Calandra | Writer Though the 2020 election is still two years away, Republicans and Democrats have been advertising the rise of politicians such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, among others, as a […]

Sustainable branding can do more harm than good

By: Savi Raghuraman | News Editor April 26, 2019 Constant and increasing media coverage of the impending effects of climate change have defined environmental consciousness as one of the key values of many forward-thinking Americans, […]

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