I Capture the Castle: The Question of Feminism

By Allie Skalnik  I was given this book for my eighth-grade graduation along with a raving review of the book’s brilliant female protagonist, Cassandra Mortmain. I only got around to reading the book recently, which is unfortunate because I now believe that my eighth-grade self would have been able to learn a lot from Cassandra. […]

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  • The Importance of To-Do Lists

    By Ryan Ricks  Now that many of us are stuck at home during this quarantine, the importance of schedules and routines in our lives has become increasingly pronounced. And of all of our scheduling tools, perhaps the most famous and wide-spread is the simple to-do list. Whether you use the Notes app on your phone, […]

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  • Reviewing The Music of Summer 2019

    By Keegan Priest   As the leaves fall and the temperature drops, summer time has come to end. And as we wear our sweaters and drink our apple cider, we can finally listen to the overbearing amount of music released in summer 2019. Here is a guide on what music looked like this summer:   […]

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  • 2020 Presidential Candidates

    By Sarah Naidu With the 2020 presidential race on the rise, several candidates have announced their bid. Here are the names that you should know:    Democrats: Andrew Yang “Humanity First” Yang served as the CEO for a test preparation company and then went on to start Venture for America, a non-profit focused on creating […]

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  • The Populist Wave in Europe

    By Ryan Ricks  In March 2018, a wave of populism quickly overtook Italy as two rival populist parties fought for control of the Italian government. On March 26, 2018, I published an article about this event and how it connects to similar events happening across Europe that seemed to have stemmed from the US 2016 […]

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