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Students Reveal Their Opinions on Reopening

With the USA death toll rapidly exceeding 224,000, Covid-19 has remodeled all aspects of modern life. Minor tasks, such as grocery runs and family get-togethers, have become potentially dangerous practices – while larger issues, such as education, prompt worry and dispute.   Decisions surrounding  the reopening of schools are changing with …

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The Impact of LGBTQ+ Cartoon Representation

In today’s entertainment, queer representation often drags a flood of controversy alongside it – often due to the backlash it faces from homophobic individuals. Despite this setback, however, television programs continue expanding their outreach to queer children at home. The Loud House, Gravity Falls, and The Legend of Korra are …

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The New Upcoming Sleuth: Enola Holmes

Netflix’s original movie, Enola Holmes, premiered on September 23, filling home screens with a story of adventure, mystery, and activism that is worth the watch. This movie is based off a series of YA novels by Nancy Springer and gives viewers a new look into the classic world of Sherlock …

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Nancy’s Bad Hair Day

During a terrifying pandemic – in which millions of citizens are afraid of death – Nancy Pelosi is not afraid to dye. The Speaker for the House of Representatives visited a local hair salon, mask under her chin, to receive a hairdo despite strict COVID-19 mandates.  While the media believes that …

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Let’s Talk About Defunding the Police.

The idea of defunding law enforcement in the United States has recently become an exceptionally controversial topic of debate. Most people see different sides of the coin when it comes to police depending on where you live or even what your ethnic background is. It’s also safe to assume that …

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