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People to Look Out For in 2019

By Oliva Moore With the 2020 election approaching, I thought I should introduce you to some people to look out for. “I believe our country wants and needs some leadership that provides a… Continue reading

My Top Movies of 2018

By Caroline Cannon Let’s just say 2018 was a big year for movies. From the continuation of beloved series to new hits, the movie theaters were packed. So, at the end of 2018,… Continue reading

Playhouse Square 2019 Preview

By Maria Brown Miss Saigon: If you are looking for a romance, then Miss Saigon is the play for you.  It is the story of a romance between South Vietnamese bargirl and a… Continue reading

Spongebob Squarepants: A Childhood Experience

By Anna Sharkunov The creator of spongebob, Stephen Hillenburg passed away a couple months ago from ALS. Although most of this article is about how spongebob is inappropriate. The old episodes compared to… Continue reading

E. Coli Lettuce Outbreak: Romaine Calm!

By Marian Searby E.Coli is no joke, which is why the outbreak in romaine lettuce in 2018 sparked fear throughout the nation. E. Coli is a bacteria that lives in the intestines of… Continue reading

Crisis in the Cuyahoga County Jail

By Ella Van Niel Eight inmates have died in the Cuyahoga County Jail since June of last year, and, according to the US Marshal, 55 inmates attempted suicide in the jail between November… Continue reading

What’s New At The Hath Caff?

Hello Everyone, We hope that you are all enjoying your winter weekend. We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of some new things coming up at the Hath Caff that you… Continue reading

How to Have Political Discussions, Not Arguments

By: Eleina Salgia Often times, we encounter people, even close friends, that hold different political views. When I was younger, I would try to avoid political discussions, but as you get older, I… Continue reading

Vaccination Laws

By: Hannah Saltz Recently, the issue of vaccination has been circulating the news. It is legally required in every state throughout the United States (except California, Mississippi, and West Virginia) for parents to… Continue reading

24 Hour Playwriting Festival Review

By: Abby Poulos The new format for the Student Playwriting Festival was less than ideal, but sometimes in the theatre department you just have to roll with the punches. Instead of the traditional… Continue reading