Opinion Editor Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about the activism presented by the students of Parkland Florida.
Netflix does justice to Flint: “Flint Town” gives us a complex and artfully executed behind-the-scenes glance at the Flint Police Department.
By Mackenzie Murphy, Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of Flickr “Flint Town” documents the understaffed and under-funded Flint Police Department during a critical juncture in the department’s existence. “Flint Town” is binge worthy, but it’s […]
An Ode to Aquinas
Article by Elizabeth Schoof, Staff Writer Dear Aquinas, After spending months touring every campus on my list and applying to schools far and wide, it was the school that my parents forced […]
The Fast Fashion Illusion
Story by Elizabeth Walztoni, Reporter With the speed at which our modern world turns, it can be difficult to keep up with trends, much less do so on a budget. An easy […]
Story by Elizabeth Schoof, Staff Writer Some people are afraid of clowns. Some people are afraid of snakes. I myself am afraid of spiders…and also nuclear war. Although I would like to […]
American inaction and Venezuela
Story by Noel Ramos, Reporter It seems as though the people of this country are more focused on tide pods than they are on international crises. Venezuela has been having major problems […]
The tyranny of the tampon tax
Staff Writer Elizabeth Schoof talks about the tampon tax and how it affects women’s daily lives.
Cultural appropriation is an important issue, especially around Halloween
Reporter Noel Ramos writes on why cultural appropriation is an issue, especially around Halloween.
Dysfunctional meets charming: Circle Theatre presents “It Shoulda Been You”
In the mood for a family comedy? Reporter America DeGraw thinks you should see “It Shoulda Been You.”
Acting out at Art Prize
Art Prize is an avenue for social justice pieces that spark important conversations.