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From the Desk of Bailey Hosfelt, Culture Editor

From the Desk of Bailey Hosfelt, Culture Editor

October 19, 2016

By Bailey Hosfelt  Being a first time voter in an election that is interesting to say the least, I have found myself combing through both a career politician and business mogul’s history in pursuit of the good, bad and ugly....

From the Desk of Margarita Artoglou, Opinion Editor

From the Desk of Margarita Artoglou, Opinion Editor

October 5, 2016

By Margarita Artoglou While there was some media coverage of Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate in the days leading up to it, the event did not garner anything close to the hype received by ...

From the Desk of Andrea Garcia, Photo Editor

From the Desk of Andrea Garcia, Photo Editor

September 28, 2016

By Andrea Garcia  We grow up with a conventional expectation that you go to high school prom, complete your college degree and find a career to set you up through retirement. Somewhere along the wa...

From the Desk of Tara Martinelli, Copy Chief

From the Desk of Tara Martinelli, Copy Chief

September 22, 2016

By Tara Martinelli Confidence used to be an admired, coveted and desirable characteristic. A confident person would stand out as a role model to others. We would meet someone who exuded self-awareness and...

From the Desk of Patrick Costello, Assistant Sports Editor

From the Desk of Patrick Costello, Assistant Sports Editor

September 14, 2016

By Patrick Costello One of the most overused tropes in sports is that baseball is boring because it takes too long. A 2014 report by Major League Baseball concluded that an average nine-inning game lasted about ...

From the Desk of Zack Miklos, Business Director

From the Desk of Zack Miklos, Business Director

September 7, 2016

By Zack Miklos What does it mean to love? The summer heat gently rekindles these kinds of questions, placing cheery smiles on the faces of many college students. Finding the answers to these loade...

Later High School Start Times Will Improve Mental Health

Later High School Start Times Will Improve Mental Health

May 4, 2016

By Anna Carey  Waking up early has never been a talent of mine. Given the opportunity, I would gladly sleep straight past noon and then go to bed in the early hours of the morning. I have completely given...

Emphasizing the Importance of Autism Awareness

Emphasizing the Importance of Autism Awareness

April 27, 2016

By Ellie Bruckner The month of April is officially National Autism Awareness Month. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) refers to a group of developmental disabilities that often affect a person’s social...

Commercial Space Exploration: The Next Step for Man

Commercial Space Exploration: The Next Step for Man

April 20, 2016

By Jack Brennan  About two weeks ago, Space X landed its drone rocket, the Falcon 9, on a tiny remote platform in the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. This may not seem like huge news, but it is ...

Augusta (Not So) National Showcases Exclusivity

Augusta (Not So) National Showcases Exclusivity

April 13, 2016

By Tyler Dikun  As a history buff, I often find myself comparing current events to past circumstances. Place yourself in the shoes of a wealthy white family of the 1890s. As a successful New York family, y...

Girl Scouts Needs to Earn its Equality Badge

Girl Scouts Needs to Earn its Equality Badge

April 6, 2016

By Bailey Hosfelt  Following a successful Sunday brunch, I was walking uptown when an exuberant group of elementary schoolers wearing sashes and shouting “Girl Scout cookies” caught my attention. As I...

Scrapping the Stigma Around Sex

Scrapping the Stigma Around Sex

March 30, 2016

  By Erin Shanahan  Two Los Angeles natives, Eva Sealove and Chelsea Jones, have an Instagram account with over 74.1k followers. Their account features recent photos of a child’s history p...

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