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Nutella’s Health Enigma

Nutella’s Health Enigma

November 9, 2016

By Kathryn Wolper During a week in which the American public is fed up with the ins and outs of government, a government agency has spoken up about one of the country’s favorite culinary accoutermen...

Voting on Gender

Voting on Gender

November 9, 2016

By Marcelle Meyer  In April of last year, I wrote an article titled “Candidates More than Just a Face,” in which I expressed my frustrations about being told to vote for Hillary Clinton because “we need a wo...

Youth and Conservatism

Youth and Conservatism

November 2, 2016

By Joe Moresky Evan McMullin may become the most successful third-party candidate in nearly 50 years, but you’d be forgiven for never hearing his name. At age 40, McMullin is within striking distance o...

Snickers, Scares and Stereotypes

Snickers, Scares and Stereotypes

November 2, 2016

By Faustino Galante I’m not a huge fan of Halloween. I hate horror, I’m not really a candy buff and in my opinion, most Halloween costumes nowadays lack originality and humor (and fear, for that matter). Despite my opinions of the festiv...

Genderizing Makeup

Genderizing Makeup

October 26, 2016

By Kathryn Wolper Last week, CoverGirl announced that male teen beauty and makeup blogger James Charles would be its new spokesperson. This move is revolutionary not only for the brand, but for the industry in general. ...

This Election’s Biggest Sin

This Election’s Biggest Sin

October 19, 2016

By Joe Moresky While it may not seem like it at times, Americans tend to share some base level of understanding in how life in our nation should be experienced. We believe in the hopeful promise of the future, an intimate...

Honoring Women’s Empowerment

Honoring Women’s Empowerment

October 5, 2016

By Marcelle Meyer Campus clubs are a way for students to create spaces in which they are able to share common interests, experiences and thoughts. They foster communities that enhance our college expe...

Encouraging the Unenthusiastic to Vote

Encouraging the Unenthusiastic to Vote

October 5, 2016

By Kathryn Wolper As Nov. 8 draws near, many Americans are growing weary of the endless news cycle following Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The “he said, she said” of this election, coupled with an in...

How to  be a Good  Sports Fan

How to be a Good Sports Fan

September 28, 2016

By Faustino Galante I was born into one of the best fan bases in all of sports: I was raised a Buffalo Bills fan. Call me biased. If you think your fans are better than Bills fans, though, I have a challenge for you: go watch the Bi...

iOS 10: Is it Worth the Hype?

iOS 10: Is it Worth the Hype?

September 22, 2016

By Kathryn Wolper If you are impatient and need gimmicky new technology updates (like I am,) you probably downloaded iOS 10 as soon as you could. Certain features are helpful; for example, I enjoy b...

Evaluating the Electoral College

Evaluating the Electoral College

April 27, 2016

By Joe Moresky With so much political unrest surrounding the 2016 presidential campaign and its operation, it may be prudent to examine the nature of our electoral system and evaluate its pros and con...

Super Bowl Ads Showcase Activism

Super Bowl Ads Showcase Activism

February 10, 2016

By Kathryn Wolper During Sunday’s Super Bowl, many commercials garnered laughs (Doritos baby, I’m looking at you), but some took advantage of the massive audience to share progressive, activist messages. Some of these spots a...

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