Do Americans Value Education?

December 8, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Cheyenne Dorsagno, Editor-in-Chief |

Americans everywhere decry their broken education system, with fingers pointing at “ineffective” methods, “disrespectful” students, “overpaid” teachers, “neglectful” federal funding, an “out of date” curriculum, as …


The Concept of Evil

November 10, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Alexandria LaFlair, Staff Writer |

We’ve all watched Stars Wars, in which the antagonist is Darth Vader. We have all heard of Cruella de Vil and her plan for the …


Popular Culture: A Worthy Matter

October 6, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Michelle Barbero, Staff Writer |

In today’s society, it is nearly impossible to evade popular culture. Living in a world that runs on mass and social medias, this phenomenon is …


Let’s Talk About Porn

September 29, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Paige Welch, Managing Editor |

“Porn” itself is a dirty word. It holds the power to frame human sexuality in morally complex ways. Everyone knows it exists, but not a …


Millennials: Doing Worse or Worse Off?

September 15, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Cheyenne Dorsagno, Editor-in-Chief |

Everyone’s aware of the current intergenerational tension, primarily framed as Baby Boomers versus Millennials.

Members of both groups argue back and forth, complaining about who’s been …