Category Archive: Opinion

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

Our Top 5 Favorite Movies

By Claire Adornato and Audrey Wallner   1. The Great Gatsby   Genre: Drama Nick Carraway arrives in New York to find the American dream. He moves into the house next to a… Continue reading

The Brain of a Political Pundit

By Jessica Chang

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 New Snapchat Update

by Claire Fallon Sometimes, we don’t appreciate little things in our life until they are gone. I myself, for many years, have taken advantage of the old snapchat, easily using the clear and… Continue reading

Healthcare in the US: Part Four

by: Maggie Amjad This is the fourth installment of my Service Learning Capstone project on Healthcare in the US. The first article examined the history of healthcare in the United States and the… Continue reading

Bees, Epilepsy, and 18.6 Billion Dollars: Valentine’s Day is Not a Hallmark Holiday

by Jasmine Hanna-Funk Valentine’s Day is often called a “Hallmark Holiday,” a day for corporations to sell chocolate and flowers to the masses in the name of a socially constructed idea of love.… Continue reading

The Civil War Over Swensons

By: Eleanor Clements and Grace Beneke Perspective from the North: As a true Cleveland Northerner who lives in Shaker Heights, I was ecstatic about Swensons deciding to expand their franchise and open up… Continue reading

The Importance of Forming One’s Opinion and Educating Themselves

By Hannah Saltz In past elections, I would immediately agree on my parent’s opinions. I never really had my own voice, they told me who was considered “good” and who was considered “bad.”… Continue reading

Circuses and Cruelty (And Beyond)

By: Camryn Parsons Definition of a circus: A traveling company of acrobats, trained animals, and clowns that give performances, typically in a large tent, in a series of different places. Definition of a… Continue reading