Good Music Is Dying and Our Generation Is The Cause

Staff writer: Lani Yun   “Bill Withers”, “The Animals”, “The Doors”, “Van Halen”, all names you probably have never heard before. Blues, classic rock, soul music, all genres that you probably do not listen to or plug your ears at when your parents play their music. But what do all these names have in common? […]

My Schedule Is Full

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson Women are busy. Women wake up each morning, go about our routine, and suit up to take on whatever day has in store for us. We go to work, we go to school, we take care of ourselves and the people we love. Women are busy. But despite how busy we […]

First Female Muslim Judge’s Body Found in the Hudson River

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson The first female Muslim U.S. judge – who later became the first black woman appointed to the New York Court of Appeals, Sheila Abdus-Salaam, was the victim of a heinous act. Abdus-Salaam’s body was found dead Wednesday on the bank of the Hudson River. This tragic incidence has not been identified […]

D.C.’s Missing Girls

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson Recently in Washington, DC., our nation’s capital, girls of color keep disappearing without a word being said. No campaigns have been put forward to find these girls. No outlets are reporting it. But as of today, 501 juveniles are missing from the DC area, most of them being latino and black […]

Are Student Athletes Gods Among Men?

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson A new influx of memes making fun of student athletes has come pouring into the Twittersphere, and I love it. With all due respect, the hype around student athletes is one that is simply nauseating. We get it, you play sports! Often, student athletes take on this persona of superior beings […]

Senioritis: No, it’s not an STD

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson Senioritis is the most common disease among high schoolers, other than STDs of course, is the concept in which students in their final year of high school simply throw in the towel at the last minute, feeling unmotivated and performing to meet the bare minimum standards. This year, it has hit […]

Should We Interfere?

Staff Writer: Dakota Williams For decades, America has been hands first involved in foreign affairs, either in  the Vietnam War or the war in Iraq. So is this a bad thing or something we need to worry about? It depends, for our future’s sake; it would seem wise to stay out of any major wars […]