A hot topic across college athletics has been whether or not athletes should be paid. It’s a question that has brought about much controversy, not only throughout college athletics, but all across the United States. Some are extremely passionate that these athletes should not be paid, and they argue that having athletes become compensated will … More College athletes should be paid. Period.
By Lauren Cox, Cassidy Jacobs, Olivia Rohling, and Paula Zalar Skipping the lunch line, being dismissed for Mass first, and leading the student section in cheers are just some of the senior privileges and traditions that the Class of 2021 have missed out on this school year due to Covid-19. It’s easy to feel left … More Keep it in perspective: Senior privileges are better than they seem
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky The Perks of being a Wallflower is narrated by a freshman in high school named Charlie. He navigates through the ups and downs of growing up along with confronting his past. Throughout his freshman year, he meets Sam and Patrick who help offer him support and … More Top books to read your way through the pandemic in 2021
TRIGGER WARNING: Topics discussed in this article may be triggering for some readers. Words have created beautiful stories and depictions that have enlightened and inspired creativity all around the world. Just as words can encourage and motivate, they can also cut, diminish, and ruin. Hateful and derogatory words create negativity that lead to barriers and … More Think before speaking: Carelessness of words impacts society