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Minecraft: 7 years Later

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

April 23, 2019

Filed under A&E, Op-Ed, Review

Minecraft was one of the most popular games of 2012, and it showed when it was the number one game played and viewed on Youtube.com. Somehow, Minecraft managed to stay in the spotlight, and seven years later Minecraft still hol...

College Admissions Scandals are a Symptom, not the Problem

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

April 23, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed

Numerous celebrities have been indicted, and some have pled guilty, in a college admissions scandal in which it is alleged they cheated and bribed in order to get their child into their college of choice. This is heinous, as ...

Area 51

Audrey Whalen, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Filed under Audrey's Analysis: Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories, Op-Ed

For decades, Americans have been told Area 51 did not really exist and that the U.S. government had no official interest in aliens or UFOs. Statements to the contrary, official sounding people cautioned, were probably the musings of pe...

Should Movies in Historical Settings Portray the History Accurately?: An Op-Ed Piece

Patrick KIssel, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Filed under A&E, Op-Ed

Hollywood has produced a plethora of movies set in a historical time setting. Some attempt, and mostly are, historically accurate while others hardly even make an attempt to stay faithful to the material that the movie is mean...

The United States Must Make Congress More Representative of Demographics: An Op-Ed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

April 8, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed, Weekday Update

America’s democracy is not representative. First and foremost, the United States uses first past the post voting over single transferable vote, perpetuating the two party system that exists in American government. Another significa...

Subliminal Messages in Disney

Audrey Whalen, Reporter

March 19, 2019

Filed under Audrey's Analysis: Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories, Op-Ed

Most grew up watching iconic Disney stories about good and evil, love and hate, childhood and coming-of-age, family and friendship. Some smiled along with the characters' accomplishments, some cried when they lost people who were ...

Problems: Rich vs. Poor: An Op/Ed

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

March 19, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed

The New York Times posted an article on February 21 about poor problems and rich problems, people got riled up on twitter, and other social media platforms. The article talks about this person's personal experiences with his h...

Chuck E Cheese Pizza

Audrey Whalen, Reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under Audrey's Analysis: Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories, Op-Ed

Is Chuck E Cheese recycling their pizza? Popular internet personality Shane Dawson, says he thinks it might be. Dawson added new fuel to a bizarre, decade-old conspiracy theory that he posted a YouTube video promising an in-d...

College Athlete Pay: An Op-Ed

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed

College athletes collectively make billions of dollars for their schools and the NCAA but are “paid” in tuition. The argument of athletes being paid in tuition is a bad one because they may have classes paid for, but must...

The Real Issue with the Media: An Op-Ed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed, Weekday Update

Fake news has become a catchphrase for politicians. When politicians enter the political arena, the term is likely to be used. This phrase creates a diversion away from the actual issues facing the media and the way that Amer...

America’s Need for Education Reform: An Op-Ed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed

According to Business Insider, the United States, who once ranked among the top 10 countries in education has dropped in those standings significantly, with America now being placed at 38th, according to a Pew research poll. The dom...

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