Homecoming Recap

by Ela Passerelli and Lilly Rothschild Another homecoming dance has come and gone, along with the usual hype surrounding the night. It takes a lot of energy to prepare for this special event; finding a dress, asking a date (if preferred), planning dinner, getting rides, and doing everything else that needs to get done can…

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Art in Cleveland

By: Raea Palmieri Celebrating their centennial, the Cleveland Museum of Art has many new and exciting exhibits for the 2016/17 year. Currently, the museum is exhibiting a wide range of art, including the Art and Stories from Mughal India exhibition, the Elegance and Intrigue: French Society in 18th-Century Prints and Drawings exhibition, and the Ecstasy of St. Kara…

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The UN in Recent News

By: Jennifer Wang Seen by some as a legitimate platform of global cooperation and by others as a high profile but inherently powerless organization, the United Nations plays a unique role in international politics. Below are several recent UN events that will impact how the world develops in the next decade.   First off, what…

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iOS 10: Pros and Cons

By: Sophia Hanna On September 13th Apple released the new iOS 10 software update. This release sparked a huge debate about the merits of the update. I’ve compiled a list of what I think are the biggest pros and cons of the new and noticeable features. Pros: You can send gifs, digital touches, full-screen animations,…

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Fall Playlist

By: Ellie Roberto A playlist to transition you from the depressing end of summer to the beginning of fall. Grab a warm cup of peppermint tea and a thick blanket. Be prepared to get in the autumn mood. Featured Image: http//s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e0/70/bf/e070bf0295eb8aee091e1da7d5c184b4.jpg

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Tueri: Part One (Short Story)

By: Tejal Pendekanti Time: 3:50 p.m. Date: November 18, 2074 Name: Fera Pertinax Age: 18 “We don’t want to be stalked! We want freedom!” I chanted among my fellow rebels, indignance written all over our faces. I summoned PICTL, my computerized assistant that followed me everywhere, and commanded it to cheer with us, “Freedom!” Grabbing my…

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Clown Safety

By: Ainsley Bradbury If you haven’t already been informed, clowns have been taking over the nation. Many of these clowns have been present in Ohio. If you encounter a clown, please follow these simple steps to ensure your safety. If you’re in a car… Roll up all windows and lock the doors Get out your…

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