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FENTY diversifies makeup industry

Madison Muszynski, Advertising Manager

February 5, 2018

From the Black Lives Matter movement, to the first openly transgender state legislator to win a seat in the House of Delegates, to mainstream clothing companies using plus size models, it’s clear to see that moments of 2017 wer...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi continues string of disappointing Star Wars films

Christopher DiLullo, Managing Editor

December 31, 2017

On December 15, the much-anticipated sequel to 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released into theaters nationwide. Titled Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the film became the tenth movie in the Star Wars franchise to see a the...

The Color of Justice: When Race Perverts the Criminal Justice System

April 8, 2017

Any person who is a minority in the United States almost certainly knows what racism is like. As an Asian-American, I have experienced everything from random racial slurs as people walked by to getting elbowed in the face in ...

Classical music soothes stress, helps study skills

Talia Gallagher, News Editor

December 2, 2016

Classical music is often overlooked in today’s society. Most of the time, when a traditional-sounding instrumental tune comes on the radio, people tend to change the station. However, classical music is a vital tool for brain...

Hollywood’s originalilty fading away

Chris DiLullo, Sports Editor

December 1, 2016

Watching a movie is an American pastime. With multiplexes, drive-in theaters and summer blockbusters, we love movies - the money we spend to see them shows it. However, the days of watching groundbreaking movies with original...

Letter to the Editor: Follow your dreams

MJ Martinez, Adviser

June 10, 2016

As a person, I’ve always loved to learn. So when I graduated three years ago from UConn, prepared to enter adulthood, I knew that it was only a matter of time before I became restless with wanting to simply know more....

North Carolina ‘bathroom bill’ is backwards step for human rights

Katelyn Green, Staff Writer

June 10, 2016

Controversy has been stirring over the recent bill passed by the North Carolina state government which prohibits individuals from using the bathroom coinciding with what they identify with but rather what is printed on their...

Sanders’ college plan is unrealistic next to Clinton’s College Compact

Katelyn Green, Staff Writer

June 3, 2016

Perhaps the biggest draw to Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for many young people is his promise to take big money not only out of politics but out of higher education as well. However, when stacked against Hilla...

Trump leading polls is a huge problem for the American people

Katelyn Green, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016

To many Americans, myself included, it is terrifying to think that Donald Trump is still leading the polls, despite his ludicrous, outlandish political ideals. From his proposal to build a wall along the southern U.S. border,...

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