LGBT History Month

By: Ellie Felderman 20 things I’d like you to know about being gay, as brought on by LGBT history month, in no particular order The continuous sense of pride involved in belonging to the LGBT community is unmatched by nearly every other sense of pride I’ve felt in my life You’re never done coming out.…

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Cleveland Sports

by Amy Howarth Indians The Cleveland Indians have had a pretty successful season this year Won 102 out 162 games Amazing players this year Francisco Lindor– shortstop and has an amazing batting record Andrew Miller– finished most games pitching because of his talent Corey Kluber– starting pitcher Bradley Zimmer– was new to the Indians and…

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Where Am I From?

By: Lindy Connors “57th and 1st.” Until second grade I had a definite answer; my home was Upper Midtown of Manhattan. I identified as a New Yorker with all the sass and strong navigational skills one naturally develops.  With my father’s thick Long Island accent, my mother’s ability to converse with any stranger, and my…

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Gun Control

By Aambar Agarwal 58 people shot dead. More than 500 left wounded. The deadliest mass shooting in American history happened in Las Vegas, on Sunday, October 1. The shooter was found dead in his room. His girlfriend claimed that she had no idea that her boyfriend had been planning this. Gun control has become a…

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