New Year, Same Me

Leah Martineau, Senior Editor

February 9, 2017


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Every new year, people plan to better themselves in the upcoming year by making resolutions. These resolutions can either be a goal to achieve by the end of the year, a challenge to attempt every day, or a new habit to pick up that they did not have before this year. New Year’s resolutions have the ...

Make Up for All : Diversity of Complexion Should Mean Diversity in Foundation

Make Up for All : Diversity of Complexion Should Mean Diversity in Foundation

Sriya Reddy, Associate Editor

February 9, 2017


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There are 100 shades of “nude.” There always has been. Different people from different parts of the world have different skin tones. This is diversity. There are skin tones ranging from ivory to ebony. Despite this, make up companies refuse to acknowledge the lack of color representation in their...

Therapy: Break the Stigma

Elizabeth Price, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


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Hyperventilations, tachycardia, cold sweats, trembling, chest pains, and nausea. You cannot breathe. You cannot focus. But despite how you might feel, you are not alone. One in five people experience a mental illness, and yet there is such a stigma surrounding therapy. Therapy is an outlet for people...

The Bachelor: The Truth

Chloe Oani, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


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Early this year, the 21st season of “The Bachelor” returned to the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) channel, starring Nick Viall, who previously competed on seasons 10 and 11 of “The Bachelorette” and season three of “Bachelor in Paradise,” as the show’s leading man. Approximately seven...

The College Next Door

Gina Quatrino

December 8, 2016


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The talk about college starts as early as freshman year. Wide-eyed and undecided, students go through high school feeling the pressure as counselors constantly seek for their future plans. Teachers focus on big universities and shove college requirements in the faces of unsure teenagers. This makes ...

A Tale of Two Sherlocks

Sana Hameed, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2016


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From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original novels to the multitude of film and television adaptations, the stories of Sherlock Holmes have endured years of variations. With each new interpretation, a different actor makes his debut, taking a time-honored character and adding their own personal twist. When ...

The Quiet Revolution: A New Era of Reflection Discards Stereotypes of the Past

Sriya Reddy, Associate Editor

November 3, 2016


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With the release of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain in January 2012 and the TED Talk she performed that followed the book’s release, the positives and negatives of introversion have been brought to the eye of the general public. Introverts are the ...

Studying the Arts and Humanities: A Necessary Component for Success in Life

Mellica Askari, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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When contemplating their futures, teenagers look toward college majors that guarantee them a high paying job, fulfilling their definition of a successful life. This mindset that teens need to get a “highly valued” degree to guarantee financial security in life causes our youth to grow up without...

Soccer: The Real Football

Chloe Oani, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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7-1. The score line between Germany and Brazil in the semifinals of the 2014 International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) World Cup that cost the host country its largest defeat ever. For two years "7x1" became a national symbol of humiliation, until this summer, when the two nations met again...

Winter Holidays Are The Best

Whitney Patterson, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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As seasons go, fall and winter are the best; with cooler weather, amazing food and an abundance of holidays. These few months are filled with joy, family and celebration. However, there is an existing rivalry between those that believe fall holidays, such as Halloween and Thanksgiving are the greatest...

The Girl on the Train

Sophia Gonzalez, Senior Editor

November 3, 2016


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Awaited by many avid mystery novel readers, the movie that corresponds with the novel The Girl on the Train finally hit theatres on Friday, Oct. 7. Many fans of the book were skeptical of the accuracy of the movie in comparison to the book due to the fact that the producers changed the setting from bei...

American Football

Leah Martineau, Senior Editor

November 3, 2016


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The United States created the game of American football in 1867 at universities such as Yale, Columbia, Rutgers and Princeton. The first game was played between Princeton and Rutgers on Nov. 6, 1869. Thus, the game of the pigskin began to rapidly take over America. Unlike soccer, the "football" of...

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