Category Archive: Commentary

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

21 Savage is Being Deported?

By Emme Semarjian and Courtney Conrad On Sunday, February 4, Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, otherwise known as 21 Savage, was arrested for his “unlawful” presence in the United States. The ICE learned that… Continue reading

Pack Up + Go

By Izzy Sutton Ever since I got back from a year abroad in Spain, I have been really ready to leave Cleveland again. Winter Weekend seemed like the perfect opportunity to escape. The… Continue reading

What Groundhog Day Means for Fashion

By Charlotte Wasserman Spring is on its way, which means we can start to ease into spring fashion. Here is one week of stylish ideas for this spring season, with an outfit a… Continue reading

Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

By Violet Webster A few weeks ago, I got a recommendation from a friend to read Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz. As my friends could… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned After Being Vegetarian for a Year

By: Audrianna Imka Near the end of December, 2017, I created the new year’s resolution to become a vegetarian. Long story short, it was one of the best decisions of my life. Prior… Continue reading

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera Book Review

By Audrey Roche As a young adult myself, it makes sense that I have always been a fan of Young Adult books. Although I’ve always stuck closer to the Fantasy genre, I have… Continue reading

Bella Abzug: A Force for Change

By Jessica Chan “What is at issue here is equal rights for all Americans…I have long been a proponent of measures which would ensure that these principles are guaranteed for all individuals…people of… Continue reading