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U.S. Should Choose Peace Talks to Decrease Tension in Syria

U.S. Should Choose Peace Talks to Decrease Tension in Syria

Story By: Gabbi Micheli, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Trump ordered the military to carry out an airstrike on Syria in response to chemical attacks on civilians on April 5. Not only is Trump’s airstrike illegal, but it creates bigger issues. Syria is suffering. Social media threads show the gruesome reality of victims of chemical attacks, dead malnourished...

Why Eating Disorders Can Be More Psychological Than Physical

Why Eating Disorders Can Be More Psychological Than Physical

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Student Issues

Imagine that you have an eating disorder. No, not like that. Like it really is. Imagine having a voice in your head that barks at you like a drill sergeant. Now imagine that no one believes you because you are not thin. The way our culture thinks of eating disorders is trash and naive. Society has...

Five Teams You Can Adopt This Postseason

Five Teams You Can Adopt This Postseason

Story By: Anthony De Leon, Sports Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

As the NBA playoffs started this past Saturday, there are currently 16 teams vying for the Larry O’Brien trophy. As a fan of an NBA team that had one of the worst records in the league, (thanks another year of disappointment Chicago), I now find myself in need of a team to root for this postsea...

The Future of Film is in Good Hands

The Future of Film is in Good Hands

Story By: Gabbi Micheli, Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The past months have had whirlwind of riveting films. From comedy, to romance, to horror: countless pieces struck the eyes of top-tier movie critics and viewers alike. A majority of these lead roles went to young adult actors and actresses. Hollywood has a lot to work on, such as a more real...

The Case for Regulating Facebook

The Case for Regulating Facebook

Story By: Editorial Board

April 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials

On April 10 and 11, Mark Zuckerberg stood before a congressional panel and testified on behalf of his company Facebook, the social media giant. The stakes of the hearing were high. What Zuckerberg said here would determine Facebook’s future, and decide just how much or how little the federal government ...

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