A Small Town of 66,000

  By: Saffron Sener | Editor in Chief January 23, 2017 A well-timed observation can spark epiphanies. This is something I’m sure everyone is more than familiar with; when certain details are brought to one’s […]

The Fake News Epidemic

  By: Chloe Rudnicki |News Editor January 25, 2017 Republics are reliant on the people. An uninformed public is likely to make decisions capable of causing chaos and confusion deadly to a “free” society. Therefore, […]

In Search of Fresh Powder

  By: Ian Warner | Writer   &   Taylor Bautista | Writer December 14, 2016 The winter season comes and with it, brings cold weather, ugly sweaters, and huddling inside by the fireplace for […]

Loyalty vs. Money in Professional Soccer

  By: Robbie Campbell | Writer December 15, 2016 In a world driven by money, soccer players around the world are paid astronomical numbers for their performances on the pitch. Because of this, players will […]

America And The Power Of Words

  By: Gavin Kelleher | Writer November 16, 2016 Language– a force woven into the culture of the world, ever-changing and evolving. Literature has the power to transform and mold perceptions; the compelling power of words have […]

Let Us Not Grow Weary

By, Meghan Serceki | Opinion Editor November 15, 2016 Tuesday night, the world watched in awe, and I, like many, in fear. Just that morning, I had been filled with hope for the future of […]

An Open Letter to Donald Trump

  Dear President Elect Donald Trump, Hello. My name is Saffron Sener, and I am a citizen of the country you will soon command. In the wise words of Thomas Jefferson, “When injustice becomes law, resistance […]

The 45th President of the United States

  By: Luke Overin | Writer November 16, 2016 Some people believe that Donald Trump will not be a good president due to his loud mouth and aggressive words. However, he has many great qualities […]

Conscious Eater – Meet Your Meat

  By: Gavin Kelleher | Writer November 4, 2016 Love yourself, the earth, and the creatures on it: My personal experience as a vegetarian of seven years, and why you too should consider a compassionate lifestyle. […]

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