Music festivals: worth the price tag?

By: Jane Moran | Writer December 12, 2019 Every year, music festivals across the country such as Rolling Loud, Camp Flog Gnaw, Coachella, and Stagecoach, put out their lineups in the months before the festival […]

Why we need socialized medicine

By: Abigail Calandra| Head Editor December 11, 2019 I spent Thanksgiving break in Prague, Czech Republic, visiting the place I will soon make my home. Just after getting on the airplane, my mom, a Type […]

Hollywood’s new, subversive reality

By: Elijah Winn | General Editor November 22, 2019 In the current age, expectations for blockbusters and critically-acclaimed TV shows swell into a cultural frenzy that dominates the media. Some films can attest to success […]

New masculinity in the modern century

By: Maile Benumof | Writer November 8, 2019 In a multitude of ways, the twenty-first century is entirely its own. New forms of communication, revolutionary ways of thinking, cutting-edge technology, unique fashion, and the redefining […]

Senior year: Heaven or hell?

By: Maile Benumof | Writer October 18, 2019 Four years ago, we started this crazy journey called high school. In only six short months, we’re going to be done. Every class will be taken, every […]

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