Just A Girl

By Hassa Coming to The United States made me excited. Bags packed, clothes bought, I was more than delighted. I Couldn’t wait any longer for the land I had dreamed of. Closing my eyes made me think only about the downtown. lights […]

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Kanye West’s Influence On Fashion And The Evolution Of The Norms of Apparel

By Myles Goldman Kanye West has been in the public eye for a long time; whether for his Grammy-winning records, his social media sideshow of a marriage to Kim Kardashian, or his continuous meetings with our president. However, over the past years, […]

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Music on the Mind: Jon Bellion

By Michael Ampofo Imagine musical storytelling on a whole new level. Think of music that takes the best parts of Kanye, Eminem, and Coldplay. Now, picture that feeling you get when you watch a Pixar movie, the timeless joy and upbeat enjoyment […]

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A Quest for “Cannery Row”

By Thomas Fahy The shops lining the waterfront of Cannery Row cater to a much different clientele than the men who worked in the sardine canning factors of the 1930s and 40s. You’ll find an abundance of sunglasses, year-round Christmas socks, candy, […]

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Does Turkey Actually Make Us Tired?

By Myles Goldman Ah… Thanksgiving, the holiday where we un-do our belt buckles and stuff our faces with every holiday’s favorite phylum: turkey. Now, it’s no secret that people love to lay down and take a nap after their thanksgiving dinner, but […]

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The First Thanksgiving in a New World

By Josie Rerecich Eekerian Translations Calck– a five-inch long ear of corn Deesh– a ten-foot tall deer Jrachoo– a five-foot tall bird, similar to a blue jay Litish– a thirteen-foot tall lizard Litish cucka pitoo bluk– litish calling the pitoo big; an […]

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The First Thanksgiving in a New World

By Josie Rerecich Eekerian Translations Calck– a five-inch long ear of corn Deesh– a ten-foot tall deer Jrachoo– a five-foot tall bird, similar to a blue jay Litish– a thirteen-foot tall lizard Litish cucka pitoo bluk– litish calling the pitoo big; an […]

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Enjoy Thanksgiving Healthfully

By Alecia Miguel As we break into this lovely November, we are also dawning upon the day that restrictive dieters fear, Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving has been known to be potato, gravy, and sugar-filled and can trigger some worries and anxieties for those trying […]

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Music Monday: Muse

By Daniel Casazza Muse “Simulation Theory” Review It is common to see bands experiment with their sound throughout their time in the limelight. For some rock bands, their first studio release may sound completely foreign from that of their latest release; and […]

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Mittens

By Sadiyah Tariq Spring was blooming graciously this year, as crowds of people enjoyed being donned in lighter layers of clothing and leisurely long walks through the park, reading and having picnics under the shade of the new buds of the blossoming […]

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