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Roe vs. Wade, what’s REALLY going down?

Roe vs. Wade, what’s REALLY going down?

Jayden Babbitt, Staff Writer June 1, 2022

Concerns regarding women's bodily autonomy have become a recent controversy when a Supreme Court opinion draft was obtained and released via Politico. Written by Justice Samuel Alito, the document contains...

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The Issue With Sports

Lizzie Rubright, Sports Editor May 16, 2022

In fewer than seven weeks there have been three student athlete deaths by suicide. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, 30% of female athletes and 25% of male athletes at the collegiate...

College Athlete Mental Health Crisis

College Athlete Mental Health Crisis

Maddie Lamb, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

Being a college athlete is in no way easy. These athletes have to manage practices, games, recovery, ect. along with the everyday college student routine. The increased struggle to finish assignments or...

What Does it Mean to be Nonbinary?

What Does it Mean to be Nonbinary?

Jayden Babbitt, Staff Writer April 19, 2022

It’s 2022, and people are coming out of their shells with ways to express themselves. Like homosexuality, nonbinary people have been around for ages, but usually kept a secret to not undergo discrimination....

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A Rocky and Controversial Start to Ye’s Donda 2 Rollout

Brendan Granata, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

In an elaborate listening party at Loan Depot Park in Miami, Ye (Formally known as Kanye West) showed off what his next studio album Donda 2 will most likely sound like. But this wasn't the first time...

When the Mirror Breaks: A Personal Reflection on Twin Fantasy

When the Mirror Breaks: A Personal Reflection on Twin Fantasy

Nico DiBari, Staff Writer March 10, 2022
When I listened to Twin Fantasy (Face to Face) for the first time as a sixteen-year-old, it didn’t strike me as particularly good or interesting. I shrugged, cast it aside, and that was that; sure, I added a song or two to my playlists, but nothing truly stuck with me. But when I came back to it in the summer of 2021, freshly seventeen and in the thick of my own “twin fantasy,” it finally resonated.
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The Bridgewater Mall Fight

Caroline Miller, World/School News Editor March 7, 2022

A fight between two teenagers at Bridgewater Commons mall has garnered national attention after video footage from the altercation depicted a drastic difference in how police treated the black teen versus...

Goodbye 2021

Goodbye 2021

Rose Engel, Entertainment Editor January 3, 2022

As we step into the new year, after 2021’s eventful and horrific roller coaster, many wonder what will happen next. 2022 is approaching like a rolling storm in the distance, uncertain if it will dissipate,...

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Guys and Guns

Caroline Miller, World/School News Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2021

Yet another school shooting has claimed the lives of four students (Madisyn Baldwin, 17; Tate Myre, 16; Hana St. Juliana, 14; and Justin Shilling, 17) and injured seven others on November 30th in Michigan's...

Erasure and Misrepresentation: Asexuality in Film & TV

Erasure and Misrepresentation: Asexuality in Film & TV

Miles North, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

  The past several decades have seen a cultural sexual awakening, in which expressions of sexuality have gone from being taboo to being celebrated. While this is for the most part a good thing,...

Putting a Price Tag on Addiction

Putting a Price Tag on Addiction

Rose Engel, Entertainment Editor November 23, 2021

Beginning in 1996, Americans began receiving prescriptions for OxyContin for varying amounts of pain and issues. The addictive drug has killed over 500,000 people in America just in the last two years,...

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Opinion: Watch Out for Performative Activism

Sloane DiBari, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

If you’ve been on Instagram in the past year or so, you may have noticed an influx in people reposting infographics and colorful posts regarding important issues, seemingly to help spread awareness....

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