Category Archive: News

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

Giraffes Are Now Endangered

by Divya Bhardwaj Giraffes: They hold a special place in all of our hearts. With their long necks, spots, and antenna-like horns, what’s not to love? Therefore, it’s understandable that people are so… Continue reading

The Interstitium

By: Aambar Agarwal Researchers have recently discovered a new part of the human anatomy- the interstitium. It’s quite surprising that a body part was just discovered, especially when one considers all that scientists… Continue reading

Haley Stevens – An Agent of Change

By Harleigh Markowitz Haley Stevens is among the most inspirational, considerate, and passionate women that I have had the privilege of meeting. Haley Stevens is an exemplary individual who has dedicated her life… Continue reading

The Crisis in Catalonia: Positive and Negative Effects of a Possible Catalan Secession

By Kathy Wang Spain is made up of seventeen autonomous communities. One such community, Catalonia, has been engaged in a fight for independence. Since the 12th century, when Catalonia was conquered by the… Continue reading

Chain Migration

by Aambar Agarawl “We’re gonna end both of them. The lottery system and chain migration. We’re gonna end them. Fast,” vowed Donald Trump at a news conference on December 12, 2017. This was… Continue reading