Here, a woman captures a selfie among a sea of brightly-lit food trucks and feverish festival-goers; there, a woman cruises past the highrises and streetlights of a busy part of town in her own car, without worrying about the legal implications of being a female driver.Read more
Category Archives: Editorial
This is a country with opportunity and freedom.
This is a country where the oppressed feel safe.
This is a country with a strong vocal base and a welcoming community.Read more
Mollie Tibbets: a name so suddenly plastered on newsstands across the country yet still so inconsiderately mourned by a far too politically motivated public, has evolved from a small town murder mystery to a nation-wide political debate. A beautiful girl with a promising future, 20 year old Tibbets’ carefree life was tragically cut short on July 18, 2018.Read more
Domineering and elusive, a powerful monopoly reigns ominously over students’ academic freedom, ignoring their desperate pleas for change and fairness, all while preaching equality for all–the College Board.Read more
In the midst of today’s political turmoil, a once forgotten country seems to have found its way back to international media relevance: North Korea.Read more
College. It’s a word that means a lot of different things for a lot of different people.Read more
Colgan Air Flight 3407, Asiana Airline Flight 214 and, most recently, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380. They are all ingrained into history as fatal U.S. plane incidents that have occurred over the last decade.Read more