Last month, a collection of previously-classified government documents concerning the US’ involvement in the Middle East were released, revealing the true state of how we’re handling the conflicts. Continue reading The Afghanistan Papers
In 2019, consumers did more Black Friday spending on their phones than ever before. Breya Young dives deep into how the tradition will change in the new decade. Continue reading Is Black Friday Really Worth It?
This week, President Trump became only the third US President to be impeached. General consensus, however, says it’s unlikely he’ll be removed from office. Why? Continue reading Can You Convince Americans to Remove Trump from Office?
How did politics cause African-Americans to reject beauty norms and embrace their natural hair? Breya Young explains. Continue reading Embracing the Kinky of Hair
Is one person’s perspective more important than the other’s? Twumasi discusses. Continue reading What Exactly Is Diversity?
Two weeks ago, America lost a trailblazer. Our Breya Young writes a tribute to him. Continue reading Elijah Cummings: Another Bright Star in the Sky
“There is always a story behind the emotion,”
explains Vivian as she answers why teens come off as so angry. Continue reading Why Do Adults Think Teens are Always Upset?
By: Adam Perkinson Harry Potter was my childhood. I grew up reading the books, but most of the movies had come out by the time I finished reading them. For reference, the first movie came out in 2001 and the … Continue reading Ranking the Best Harry Potter Movies
By: A’Breya Young Lights… camera…. prison. For the ladies of Litchfield Correctional Facility, the daily struggle of sleeping on concrete slabs, eating slop, working hard labor, and searching for a lawyer are all in front of the spotlight. It leaves … Continue reading Acting To Change Lives
By: Aiden Holczer College sports, one of America’s most popular pastimes, and a multi-billion dollar industry. Since its infancy, one thing has remained constant: the schools have profited immensely while the athletes have received no recognized financial compensation outside of … Continue reading NCAA vs. Pay-to-Play
By: Aiden Holczer “Your honor, the government calls Daniel Hernandez”. At that moment, Brooklyn native and rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, was about to become the most famous rat in recent memory. Ratting, snitching, complying, it has many names. Personally, I believe … Continue reading Tekashi 6ix9ine: New York City’s Second-Worst Rat Problem
By: Vivian Shillingsburg A parent’s job is to shape their child and to help them along the path of finding who they want to be. Children are a reflection of their parents. A huge factor of that is a child’s … Continue reading How Do Parents Influence Their Kids’ Political Views?