By Margaret Fulop I am sure you are aware of the sense of surreality that comes with being in and out of quarantine for 6 plus months. That sense of confusion and temporality and that the world will be able to return to March in a couple of weeks. When I click on a YouTube … Continue reading Jumping on a Trampoline
By David Xiong Imagine that you are inside a candy store. You have fifty pennies in your pocket, ready to purchase a Starbursts for fifty cents. However, the store manager suddenly tells you that your pennies are no longer all worth one cent each. He now informs you that some of your pennies carry less … Continue reading It’s Time To Abolish the Unfair System of the Electoral College
By Zach Berman The Mulan remake is disastrous, especially when compared to the original. This is highlighted in a lot of ways but the place where the two movies most vastly differ in quality is with the different messages they portray. The original's message is simple: A woman can do anything a man does. They … Continue reading Disney’s New Low
By: Isabel Doricent “Gentrification is a housing, economic, and health issue that affects a community's history and culture and reduces social capital. Displacement happens when long-time or original neighborhood residents move from a gentrified area because of higher rents, mortgages, and property taxes.” - www. Cdc.gov. Gentrification is not a beneficial change to people’s lives … Continue reading Why is Gentrification a Problem?
By: Sonja Peetz-Larsen The new school year is now about 2 months in, and by now we should have heard the word “COVID-19” more times than we could possibly ever count. We still wake up in the morning and head to school the way we used to, but we have to wear masks no matter … Continue reading My Opinion on the School Reopening Plan