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Sorrow’s of a Fight Fan Part 1: The Madness that was UFC 223

Sorrow’s of a Fight Fan Part 1: The Madness that was UFC 223

Michael Dunnings, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Musings of Miska

Just as a parent would say to console thier young child awoken by a nightmare, the same can be said about UFC 223; “it’s over now”. Now that the storm winds have subsided, and the UFC has moved on to it’s next event in Poirer vs. Gaethje, it would be an opportune time to analyze all the sub-plots...

The Fear of the Future

The Fear of the Future

Tanisha Esprit, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under The Tea Whisperer

Graduation is quickly approaching and I am excited for that. However, I am nervous at the same time. Now is time to try to find a job in my field but I have doubts. The question that haunts me at night is “will I be successful in the future?” Some people are confident about where exactly they...

Adventure Has a Name

Adventure Has a Name

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Retro Rewatch

As readers of this column have noticed, I've done all TV series, it's time to change things up. The first movie series I've decided to watch, in this columnist's humble opinion, is the greatest franchise in the history of franchises. Indiana Jones is my favorite franchise of all time and I will s...

Let’s Talk About Your New Worst Friend

Let’s Talk About Your New Worst Friend

Chelsea Renay, Social Media Editor

April 16, 2018


Filed under The Cultural Wildchild

I was in the stairway between the dining concourse and the main floor at Grand Central Terminal. It was about 7:30 in the morning and I was on my way to my orientation for my internship when it happened. I had an anxiety attack. The thought of how huge of a step I was taking in terms of trying...

Journey to the Top of the Statue of Liberty

Journey to the Top of the Statue of Liberty

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under The New Girl On The Block

As a little girl, I always dreamed about going to the top of the Statue of Liberty. I curiously wondered how it looked from inside and how it felt being so close to it. I didn’t know what it meant or its history, but all I knew was that it was the single best statue I have ever seen. I’ve never seen...

Being Fat-Shamed By My Family

Being Fat-Shamed By My Family

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018


Filed under The New Girl On The Block

Being called fat sucks, but when it comes out of the mouth of the people that you love, it hurts 10 times worse. For me, that happens to be my family. The ones that are supposed to boost you up and help you in times of discomfort and sadness. Yet, they are those who case this miserable build up. It...

Catcalling is Not a Compliment

Catcalling is Not a Compliment

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under The New Girl On The Block

Many people think that by shouting at someone that they’re beautiful, it should be returned with a thank you. It’s simply not true. Catcalling is a comment about someone that was not needed or wanted. It's sort of like when someone tells you that you’re getting fat and need to lose weight. As if...

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a CW show that lasted 10 Seasons

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a CW show that lasted 10 Seasons

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under Retro Rewatch, Top Columns

In October 2001, a program launched that not only lasted a multitude of seasons but also kick started the young adult superhero drama that dominates many channels. Smallville was a 10 season spanning drama with over 200 episodes becoming, at the time, the longest running North American science fiction ...

10 Songs That Have Their Own Dance Moves

10 Songs That Have Their Own Dance Moves

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under The New Girl On The Block

These songs make it easy for you to dance. It requires no memorization because once that music comes on, you know what to do. It's as if your hips are leading the way to the dance floor. It's okay if you don't know how to dance because these songs either talk you through it or it's easy enough that it...

Maybe You Can Help Solve a Mystery

Maybe You Can Help Solve a Mystery

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Retro Rewatch

Murders, strange disappearances, con artists, lost treasures, aliens, ghosts, monsters, lost loves, conspiracies, and so much more were covered on Unsolved Mysteries. In 1987, actor Raymond Burr hosted the first special of the series. The next two specials were hosted by Karl Malden, until finally ...

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