What Will the End of 2020 Look Like?

November 13, 2020 The State Times 0

Isabelle Torres, Staff Writer |

2020 came in crashing with the wildfires in Australia, killer wasps, the loss of basketball icon Kobe Bryant, the Pentagon officially releasing footage of “unidentified …


Black Lives Matter

November 6, 2020 The State Times 0

Isabelle Torres, Staff Writer |

Finding the right words to express the oppression and anger that I have never experienced is not easy, to say the least. I have been …


Are We Afraid of Being Scared?

October 23, 2020 The State Times 1

Hannah Lonergan, Staff Writer |

2020 hasn’t been the only year with unprecedented disasters and political strife. Every year we see the classic cycle: “last year was terrible, this is …


Do Politics Have a Place in Sports?

October 16, 2020 The State Times 0

David D’Annibale, Staff Writer |

In 2020, athletes, coaches and teams have used their platforms to help advocate for the Black Lives Matter Movement that protests social injustices and police …


Senior Year Uncertainties

October 9, 2020 The State Times 0

Daniella Fishman, Culture Editor |

I hate to admit it, but I don’t want college to end. College always felt like its own bubble of reality. I remember telling my …


NFL, Get Your Head in the Game

September 25, 2020 The State Times 0

Abigail Hubbard, Copy Editor |

I, like many avid football fans, am excited to spend my Sunday afternoons sitting on the couch and cheering on my favorite team now that …