Category Archive: Commentary

Circuses and Cruelty (And Beyond)

By: Camryn Parsons Definition of a circus: A traveling company of acrobats, trained animals, and clowns that give performances, typically in a large tent, in a series of different places. Definition of a… Continue reading

High School Dating but It’s a Nature Documentary

By: Alison Xin [Leaked script of the pilot of a new BBC Documentary] High school is one of the most chaotic – and hostile – environments for the juveniles of the species Homo sapiens.… Continue reading

Pixar Theory

by Sophia Hanna In the past couple of years, a theory has been going around on the internet about how all the Pixar movies connect together, starting and ending with Brave. Even though there… Continue reading

Sean Spicer Highlights

by Katie Doherty   The man who is the press secretary and communications director for Donald Trump has been the target of ridicule since assuming the office on February 20. Here are some… Continue reading

The Bachelor: A Review

by Claire Zajaczkowski The highly anticipated “Fantasy Suite” dates are quickly creeping up on this season of The Bachelor, so I find it an appropriate time to recap some of the drama that… Continue reading

PETA

by Annie Lewandowski People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, more commonly known as PETA, is a organization that has stirred up some controversy in the realm of animal activism. In comparison to… Continue reading

Cavs Performance So Far

by Farah Sayed and Katie Doherty Fresh off of an NBA championship, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been the team everyone has had their eye on this year. So far, the Cavs have had… Continue reading

Hygge: A Danish Concept of Coziness

by Ella Kazazic Denmark constantly tops lists of happiest countries in the world, and what distinguishes it from others is its quest for hygge. Hygge, pronounced “huuhhpgh-ghhrugh”, is a Danish concept that has… Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions

By Carolyn Holan and Claire McKenna Did you know that over 25% of Americans abandon their New Year’s resolution within the first week? New Year’s resolutions are made by many each year, but… Continue reading

We Will Not Stop Until We Are Marching on Broken Glass

  By Molly Gleydura and Brett Parsons “I’m not nasty, like the combo of Trump and Pence being served up to me in my voting booth. I’m nasty like the battles my grandmothers… Continue reading