Category Archive: Commentary

The Politics of Penzey’s Spices

By: Ryan Brady My mom signed me up for the Penzey’s Spices email list in July of last year so that I would also be offered their good deals (like free Cinnamon sugar).… Continue reading

Starbucks – More like Subparbucks

by Kate Hickey Since my last published article regarding the overating of Panera, I have received lots of positive feedback (although some select few were upset with my honest opinion). I thought I… Continue reading

Apps for your Apple Watch

By Charlotte Wasserman Over my spring break, I invested myself in exploring my Apple Watch that has been tracking my sleep, heart rate, steps, workouts, and mindful minutes. All things that have been… Continue reading

The Interconnectedness of Fashion and Sexism

By Nola Killpack As we reflect on Women’s History Month, I’m sure many of us are thinking about how far we’ve come and also how much farther we have to go when it… Continue reading

The Most Disliked Foods

By Izzy Sutton I was babysitting my neighbor’s kid a couple weeks ago and the most interesting thing happened. Her mom came home and made the announcement they would be eating chicken, rice,… Continue reading

Living Out My Childhood Dreams: Neuschwanstein Castle

By Tess Hays So I don’t know about you, but when I was little my biggest aspiration was to grow up and be a princess so in preparation, I watched literally every Disney… Continue reading

It’s George’s Birthday!

By Cynthia Okoben On February 25, 2019, George Harrison will (or will have, depending on when you’re reading this) turn 76. Most of you will not know this person. This person who was… Continue reading

Fun Things to Do in Cleveland in 2019

By: Caroline Cannon As March is slowly dragging along, spring break is peaking around the corner, and the beautiful Cleveland sky is a wonderful shade of gray, it’s nice to think about some… Continue reading

The National Emergency That’s … Not Actually An Emergency?

By Sejal Sangani The United States is currently in a state of national emergency, declared by Trump on February 15th. Quick Background: The government was shut down from December 22, 2018 to January… Continue reading

How the Patriarchy Smashed my Phone

By Audrey Roche If you are a person who has ever purchased women’s pants, you are probably very aware of the pocket crisis. If you are lucky to find women’s pants where the… Continue reading