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Transformations of the American Dream

Transformations of the American Dream

Noah Weaver, Guest Writer

October 12, 2018


Filed under OPINION

The American Dream is the ideal that every citizen should have an equal opportunity to reach prosperity through hard work and determination. Before the 1960s, the American Dream followed a coherent set of values in which parents hoped to create a better life for their kids. According to a study by F...

Who Ought To Use the N-Word

Who Ought To Use the N-Word

Mariam Keita, Culture Editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA, OPINION, VIDEO, VIDEO

Disclaimer: This article contains language that some readers may deem offensive.  There is no situation in which non-Black people should feel comfortable using the N-word. While I am not here to tell Black people how they should interpret a word that they may have a complicated relationship with, I wil...

Crazy Middle Class Asians

Crazy Middle Class Asians

Alison Kenaston and Emme Perencevich

September 27, 2018


Filed under OPINION

For most people, it’s hard to relate to the extravagant lifestyle of the multi-billionaires of Asia. The lavish houses and soap opera-like family drama comes with a price, to say the least. Regardless, it’s easy to connect with the funny and likable characters in one of the highest ranking films of...

Jacksonville: A Case of Misplaced Blame

Jacksonville: A Case of Misplaced Blame

Rhys Holman, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under OPINION

In the wake of the August 26 Jacksonville Madden shooting, which left three dead, there has been a renewed discussion about what caused this shooting and others like it. There are still the proponents of the views that the main cause is access to guns or mental health, but the location of the shooting has le...

The Year of the Woman: Empowerment and Decimation

The Year of the Woman: Empowerment and Decimation

Estella Brady and Mira Bohannan Kumar

September 25, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Staff Editorial

On January 21, 2017, an estimated four million Americans protested the beginning of the Trump presidency in what was known as the Women’s March. Over a year and a half later, the momentum from that day is still being carried on in every aspect of American life, from national politics to City High....

Opinion: Nike Including Controversial Quarterback Kaepernick In Their Campaign

Opinion: Nike Including Controversial Quarterback Kaepernick In Their Campaign

Julianne Berry-Stoelzle, Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, OPINION

Once a star quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, now left unsigned for the last year and a half, Colin Kaepernick has been struggling because of his political views. After he lead a protest by kneeling  during the national anthem against police brutality, he found that he was no longer able to f...

Letter to the Editors: Debunking “On the Rise”

Letter to the Editors: Debunking “On the Rise”

Tony Kooi Morphew

May 16, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Antisemitism is a big, real issue that affects many people. It needs to be stopped, and I totally agree that it is a horrible form of prejudice and discrimination, just like all others. Treating someone differently because of their religion, be it Judaism or any other, is never acceptable. However, it...

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week

May 11, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Review: Truth or Dare

Review: Truth or Dare

Paris Fuller, Reporter

May 9, 2018


Filed under OPINION

I have always been a fan of horror movies so when my friends and I saw the previews for Truth or Dare it was a no-brainer that we had to see this. Warning: spoilers ahead. “Truth or Dare” is by Blumhouse Studios and director Jeff Wadlow. The movie had a budget of 3.5 million, is rated PG-13, an...

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