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Always and Forever: Toxic, and not Just the Relationship

Always and Forever: Toxic, and not Just the Relationship

Netflix introduced to the world their adaptation of Jenny Han’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” in 2018. After releasing “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” in 2020, the media giants delivered another heart break for this past Valentine’s Day with “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.”  “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” is the final installation of Netflix’s “To All the Boys” series based...

A Light-hearted Plea to Continue Wearing Masks Post-Pandemic

A Light-hearted Plea to Continue Wearing Masks Post-Pandemic

*This piece is written satirically.  If this pandemic has done one thing right, it has been bringing the habit of wearing face masks into style. I’ve found no greater joy than slipping on a face mask to complete my outfit and protect myself from the bitterly cold winter we are facing, let alone its efficacy in decreasing transmission rates of several unfavorable...

Should chief executives of big Tech Firms in the U.S. be fit to act as judge and jury on free speech?

Liberal – Birju Dhaduk Following the insurrection at the United States Capitol Building, various big tech companies, most notably Twitter, have banned former President Donald J. Trump and Trump related content. This has caused disagreement about whether or not companies should be able to censor what information they allow on their platforms. Some have stated that such censorship is an...

My Hopes and Fears for President-elect Joe Biden’s Presidency

My Hopes and Fears for President-elect Joe Biden’s Presidency

After much anticipation and weeks of recounts and failed court cases by the Trump Administration, Democratic candidate Joseph Biden has been declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election. With only a week remaining until Dec. 8, the safe harbor deadline, in which legal disputes to the presidential election must be resolved, multiple experts suggest a possible Trump re-election would be virtually impossible....

The Decline of Celebrity Culture During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyday life in the United States of America. Hundreds of thousands of people have declared unemployment each week with millions of Americans still waiting to receive some sort of aid from the government. While most Americans are suffering from the pandemic, it seems like celebrities have hardly been affected at all. However, the connection between...

Tower of Nero: The End of the Percy Jackson Era

Author Rick Riordan has added another book to his vast bibliography with “Trials of Apollo: Tower of Nero.” Not only is “Tower of Nero” the 5th book in the “Trials of Apollo” series, but also the 15th and last book in the Percy Jackson world. Everything following 2005’s “Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief” has led up to this final installment.   Before the “Trials of Apollo” series, Rick Riordan started the “Percy Jackson and...