The Dark Side of PETA

By Ryan Ricks Here’s a question: when you think of an organization that supports animal rights and veganism, an organization that fights against animal cruelty, which organization do you think of? Chances are you thought of PETA, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. This organization is one of the largest and most popular […]

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  • MARVEL-ous Movies

    By Mary Rozembajgier The start of the new year means the start of another year of fantastic Marvel movies, with 2019 being a big year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Not only will we finally see the true impact of Thanos’s fatal snap, but 2019 brings the start of a new phase. From the […]

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  • Political Divineness and Identity Politics

    By Ryan Ricks As this article is being written and developed, America has just been released from its longest government shutdown to date, lasting longer than the previously held record of 3 weeks. One of the main reasons for this complete lack of agreement is the increasing divisiveness of the political parties and the rising […]

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  • How NPR’s Tiny Desk Gives Modern Music Life

    By Keegan Priest In a world filled with trap high hats, 808s, and computer-generated pianos, modern music of all genres has seemed to fall into the trend of ‘artificial’ music. As much as one can appreciate the complexities and emotion constructed by many modern producers, not very many can play a real instrument. With a […]

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  • Carmel Arts Festival Recap

    by Katherine Zhong   The 21st anniversary of Carmel Arts Festival presented by the City of Carmel has welcomed worldwide artists to share their unique creations in art, music, film, and literature. Among those pieces of art, seventeen students from University High School featured their work in this grand celebration. The art of these students […]

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