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The competitiveness of the female rap industry has become damaging for women

The competitiveness of the female rap industry has become damaging for women

by Kendall Lanier, Lifestyles Editor

December 6, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

Women against women has become disappointingly apparent in the rap industry.

Mid90’s: Reality Captured in its Most Uncomfortable Forms

Mid90’s: Reality Captured in its Most Uncomfortable Forms

by Claire Smith, Writer

December 5, 2018


Filed under reviews

Mid90’s is more than just a skateboarding-90’s story. It is an insight how troubled youth survive within sub-city Los Angeles.

The words “mass shooting” have become all too common in America

The words “mass shooting” have become all too common in America

by Annabelle Meloy, News Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion, slider

We need to find better reactions to mass shootings other than simply grieving for the victims and moving on.

The United States Government needs to do more to combat climate change

The United States Government needs to do more to combat climate change

by Carmon Baker, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

The first step to implementing more climate change reform in the United States is for our government to rejoin the Paris Agreement and show that we are truly interested in stopping climate change. Other initiatives and laws are also important, like nationwide taxes on carbon dioxide pollution or zero deforestation acts.

“Do you even like sports?”

“Do you even like sports?”

by Claudia Benge, Sports Editor

November 29, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

In an industry dominated by men, opportunities for women are scarce, and I feel the need for more of a female presence in sports.

Young, chubby girls need representation

Young, chubby girls need representation

by Katie Gregory, Social Media Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

Children's media needs to represent more diverse body types.

Parlor KC: A Food Hall Food Haul

Parlor KC: A Food Hall Food Haul

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

November 25, 2018


Filed under opinion, reviews

Parlor KC is a space to converse, to commune, and to relax.

We Stan, and that’s OK

We Stan, and that’s OK

by Amy Schaffer, Photo Editor

October 29, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion, Uncategorized

Despite the judgement that comes along with being a fangirl, why should hide our love for our respective idols?

“Sea Prayer” is a powerful snapshot of the life of a Syrian refugee

“Sea Prayer” is a powerful snapshot of the life of a Syrian refugee

by Rachel Robinson, Facebook Editor

October 29, 2018


Filed under opinion, reviews

Hosseini has written an emotional first-person perspective for the masses, and it’s just what this country needs right now.

Relaxing isn’t lazy

Relaxing isn’t lazy

by Olivia Powell, Writer

October 24, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

Productivity can also mean taking a break.

Affirmative action benefits college classrooms

Affirmative action benefits college classrooms

by Editorial Board

October 24, 2018


Filed under main ed, opinion

Diversity in the classroom is a strength and affirmative action should be used to promote this.

Sexual predators are not the victims

Sexual predators are not the victims

by Madeline Loehr, Photo Editor

October 24, 2018


Filed under columns, opinion

Women coming forward are being treated as villains, set out to ruin men's lives.