How important is your time?

Tanner Duran, Guest Columnist
September 28, 2023

Time management is something we all know about, having been preached to about its importance. I am not sure how much of that has stuck with students though. Procrastination is something many of us are...

Taboo discussions in the Black community

Antonio Johnson, Staff Writer
September 28, 2023

Black men who experience feelings of anxiety or depression are about half as likely to seek care or counseling compared to their white peers. Why is that? What stigmas are in the Black community regarding...

Fans and celebs lose in parasocial affairs

Nola Griffin, Guest Columnist
September 21, 2023

Have you ever been locked into hours of doom-scrolling your favorite influencers, and been left with a foggy brain? This phenomenon has become commonplace in today's society, dubbed as parasocial relationships. Jayne...

Save the game or save a life

Aliyah Ramirez, Staff Writer
September 21, 2023

In their given fields, both are considered highly trained professionals. One is known across the country, for throwing pigskin downfield in brightly colored and padded jerseys running after each other...

The importance of multiplication is being diluted

Antonio Johnson, Staff Writer
September 14, 2023

New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Sununu signed state House Bill 170 last requiring cursive handwriting and multiplication tables to be taught in schools. “I see these really as fundamental skills that we...

Pornography is not a fair reality

Samantha Thomas, Guest Columnist
September 13, 2023

As we see in the rising popularity of platforms such as Only Fans, it is essential to realize the effects pornographic content can have on a committed relationship. We all know what porn is and who it...

Prioritize peace of mind in college

Jeanelle Pagaduan, Staff Writer
August 31, 2023

As a fellow college student who has personally been practicing yoga for the last two years, I firmly believe that integrating yoga and meditation into our lives can bring numerous benefits, positively...

New food on campus turns things around

Nyla Rahimi, Staff Writer
August 31, 2023

For students coming onto campus amidst the pandemic, there were many obstacles to overcome. Some had been college students prior to COVID and were getting back into in-person classes, but for others, it...

Intrusive thoughts are the pandemic of 2023

Kobe Tavis, Guest Columnist
May 11, 2023

Many people think college is a giant party where you learn a few things, but the stress can sometimes outweigh the good — something most students know better than anything else. During this point in...

A capitalistic impact on society

Sofia Morelos, Staff Writer
May 11, 2023

Capitalism is a system that is unfit and unnatural to us by nature. Humans are not greedy, self-interested, and competitive by nature, it’s the capitalistic system that forces people to be so. It favors...

Creative writers deserve better

Tatihn Mellieon, Staff Writer
May 4, 2023

Early Tuesday morning, TV and movie writers in the Writers Guild of America (WGA) began striking against major studios, such as Netflix, Paramount and HBO Max. Before the strike began, a vote on April...

Leaf Blowers: Useful gardening tool or public menace

Robyn Highsmith, Guest Columnist
May 3, 2023

It is a Tuesday. You decide to finish your breakfast and take your loving four-legged friend for a stroll down the street. As you admire the beautiful blue pigmentation of the sky, tiny bluebirds sing...

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