The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock takes on unpopular opinion week by throwing all of her shade at monogamy. Why give all of your love and affection to only one person when you could give it to multiple? Jazlyn shows us how two is better than one, and why three isn’t exactly a crowd. Continue reading Unpopular Opinion: Monogamy is a Fools Errand
Starbucks lovers beware: Herald staffer Darius Thornton is quite literally coming for your brand. Thornton tells us why Starbucks truly does Starsuck. Content may not be fitting for basic readers. Continue reading Unpopular Opinion: Starbucks? More like Starsucks
Why is it that women is positions of power are treated with such disdain by certain sects of society? Continue reading The Societal Villainization of Powerful Women
Infamous sports broadcaster Skip Bayless has once again found himself in a controversy. The Herald’s own Aiden Holczer speaks on his recent statement on mental health. Continue reading Skip Bayless Doesn’t Understand Depression
Have you ever felt bummed out because you feel dumb compared to those with a higher GPA? The Herald’s Jazlyn Moock dives into the idea of intelligence, showing us we’re all smart in our own way. Continue reading Intelligence Is Dumb
How much do we really need the United State Postal Service? Continue reading Death to the Mailman: Who Needs the Post Office Anyway
The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock talks to us about the possible downfall of the infamous standardized test, the SAT, and how recent findings of bias may lead to it’s demise. Continue reading So Long SAT?
Written by Twumasi Duah-Mensah Of course, history doesn’t repeat itself exactly. It’s very, very unlikely that a tragedy like the Holocaust will repeat itself exactly like it first did. But current events and trends often do rhyme with events that … Continue reading Does History Really Repeat Itself?
Alright, let’s put this debate to rest. Is fast-food king, Chick-Fil-A really all it’s cracked up to be, or is it all hype? Adam Perkinson delivers his take. Continue reading Does Chick-Fil-A Deserve the Hype?
It’s 2020, but harmful stereotypes tracing back to the days of slavery still hold black students back. Breya Young dives deep into her personal experience with stereotypical standards. Continue reading Stereotypical Standards
By: A’Breya Young Time’s Going By It’s astonishing how fast time has flown. It’s crazy to think that the decade is about to end! This year has been crazy enough, but looking back ten years… phew! In 2019, I not … Continue reading The Highs and Lows of 2019
Halie Holland shares her last words on her 2019 year! Continue reading 2019, I Bid You Goodbye