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Procrastination Nation

Procrastination Nation

April 21, 2017

The first cell phone was invented in 1973 and looked pretty much like a brick. As the years progresse...

Conor’s Complaints: Raindrops keep falling on my head

Conor’s Complaints: Raindrops keep falling on my head

April 11, 2017

Rain, Man... Fun fact you might not know: Portland has more strip clubs per capita than any other...

Cleveland Announcements: The Rare Sharing of Information

Cleveland Announcements: The Rare Sharing of Information

April 9, 2017

Let's imagine a typical day at Cleveland. You have finished your first period class, and are headed into...

Procrastination Nation: Mainstream Movies

Procrastination Nation: Mainstream Movies

April 1, 2017

  If you close your eyes and think of one franchise that has the most impact on childhood dr...

Modern Feminism: When abuse is rewarded

Modern Feminism: When abuse is rewarded

March 19, 2017

Between 2008 and 2009, Casey Affleck was working on the mockumentary film, “I’m Still Here” with th...

Flaws in the Electoral College

Flaws in the Electoral College

March 8, 2017

The results of November’s presidential election exemplify the problem many have with the Electoral C...

Disaster is Making its Way to the EPA

Disaster is Making its Way to the EPA

March 7, 2017

It makes just about as much sense to appoint a climate change denier to be head of the Environmental...

Modern Feminism: Double feature

Modern Feminism: Double feature

March 6, 2017

“Hidden Figures”! Last issue brought you a preview of movies to look forward to in 2017, includ...

Betsy DeVos and the Rocky Future of Public Education

Betsy DeVos and the Rocky Future of Public Education

February 26, 2017

Filed under Commentary

On Feb. 7, billionaire Betsy DeVos was accepted onto Trump’s cabinet as the Secretary of Education. ...

Conor’s Complaints: The wrath of Con

Conor’s Complaints: The wrath of Con

February 22, 2017

Trump’s Food Analogy of America In sixth grade social studies, while learning about immigration ...

Reflecting on the Women’s March

By Eva Bryner, Arts Editor

February 17, 2017

Filed under Commentary

On Jan. 21, an estimated five million people worldwide marched in support of women's rights and in protest of the election and inauguration of Donald J. Trump. This march showed solidarity around the world, and was an extremely powerful event. However, like any movement, it has its good and bad aspects. Before I begin this c...

Procrastination Nation

Procrastination Nation

February 17, 2017

Now that finals have passed, the time to put off our responsibilities and ignore our problems has beg...

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