Category Archive: Commentary

9 of the Best Literary Female Protagonists to Look Up To

By Rhea Mahajan *I couldn’t think of another one to make it 10. Oh, well… This article is a list of who I think are some of the best role models from books.… Continue reading

Serial Podcast: The US Justice System

By Nadia Malik Serial is a podcast that has been airing since 2014 it has delved into interesting cases such as the conviction of Adnan Syed in season 1 for the murder of… Continue reading

The Art of Identity, Discovery, and Passion: a Ballet Hispánico Review

By Emma Gerber From the moment the first curtain went up to the second the last curtain went down, Ballet Hispánico’s show on November 10th and 11th, 2018 at Playhouse Square was a… Continue reading

2018 Thanksgiving Recap

By Audrey Wallner The Thanksgiving break is always something everyone can’t wait for because of not having school or work and all the wonderful food! This past Thanksgiving was one to remember with… Continue reading

Tips on Being Less Stressed Out During Midterms

By Shruthika Araselvan Midterms are coming up in about two weeks. To feel less stressed out follow the tips below. Start studying early: If you start organizing and reviewing early on, you won’t have… Continue reading

Is it Worth it for the Damage it May Cause?: The Asian-Americans v.s Harvard Case

By Jala Everett Recently Harvard has been in the spotlight in the media, the headline being that they are being sued by Asian-Americans for racial discrimination against them in their admissions process. Naturally… Continue reading

Bohemian Rhapsody Review

By Izzy Sutton As a lover of all things Queen, this new movie, Bohemian Rhapsody, was absolutely amazing. Born after the British Invasion of the sixties, Queen shocked audiences around the world with… Continue reading

Truths and a Bunch of Lies: What Happened to Journalist Jamal Khashoggi?

By Izzy Sutton The name Jamal Khashoggi has been floating around the news cycle for the past couple of months. Why? To put it simply, this Washington Post columnist was murdered in a… Continue reading

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review (With Spoilers)

By Nola Killpack So, Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes and Grindelwald came out on November 16 and, for those of you who don’t know, it’s the second movie in a five-part series, set… Continue reading

In Case You Need Some Friendly Fur Today: Pet Therapy

By: Carys Bowen Recently I interviewed my grandmother, Robin Herrington-Bowen, about her experience in pet therapy. There are two kinds of pet therapy: one is pet assisted therapy, which physical and occupational therapists… Continue reading