Category Archive: News

A Couple Things You Need to Know About Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

By Audrey Roche The newly elected representative of New York’s 14th congressional district, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is far from your typical candidate. Here are a couple important things to know about her! She is… 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

Climate Change’s 2030 Deadline

By Nola Killpack You may know that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has announced that if we continue to emit greenhouse gases at the rate we are now, the world will… Continue reading

A Review and Summary of the Third Ohio Gubernatorial Debate

By Izzy Sutton As November 6th creeps closer, one important contest to look at is our gubernatorial race. This November, Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray are battling head-to-head to become the… Continue reading

A Tribute to the Queen of Soul

By Rose Gaudiani           The “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin passed away this summer on August 18th. Franklin was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll… Continue reading

I would Hate to be Brett Kavanaugh’s Daughter

By Kate Hickey I would hate to be Brett Kavanaugh’s daughter. In the midst of the ever growing #MeToo movement and recent sexual allegations against Supreme Court of the United States Nominee Brett… Continue reading

North Union Farmers Market

By Charlotte Wasserman A few weekends ago, I visited the North Union Farmers Market in Shaker Square to see what it was all about. Right when I arrived, I knew that I needed… Continue reading

Hurricane Florence: A Breakdown

By Tess Hays Hurricane Florence: the storm that has been wrecking the southeastern coast of the United States. As of Friday, September 14, the storm was tracked along the coast of the Carolinas;… Continue reading

It Will Matter What You Learn

By: Anjali Dhanekula I scroll through my feed and I see #niawilson and kids locked in cages And I think how can this happen in this country This place I call home, this… Continue reading

The Browns: How are They?

By: Bailey Sparacia The Cleveland Browns, who are now 1-1-1, played against the New Orleans Saints two Sundays ago. All around, it was a messy football game. Drew Brees overthrew and under threw,… Continue reading