Monthly Archives: March 2016

Beware: They are Watching You

Security camera in grocery store, close-up

By: Alima Mootoo Stores are watching you, not only to prevent shoplifting, but to gather data. If you have the location turned on on your phone, stores can see when you enter their store and track how many times you

Up and Coming: Little Shop of Horrors


By: Tieyanna Potts Little Shop of Horror is a musical about the meek floral assistant, Seymour Krelborn, who stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II”~ after his coworker and crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B- singing carnivore promises

A Story Inside of Us All: Story – Ciaerra Watson


By: Alima Mootoo Everybody has a story, rooted deep within them, that shapes who they are. We have all experienced things that make us stick out from the rest of the pack. The subjects of “A Story Inside of Us

St. Patrick’s Day… A Sham?


By: Ny’Stacia Hechavarria This year, no one seems to really care about St. Patrick’s Day. As the years pass by people seem to forget that it even exists. St. Patrick’s Day occurs every year on March 17th. At first it

Video Clip of the Week: A Good Scare


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Saving the Daylight


By: Amber Elvis Let’s talk about daylight savings time, you know when we spring forward an hour, and it takes everyone forever to get used to the time change. The worst day is that first Monday, it’s hard to get

Still a Mystery: Heather Elvis


By: Kathryn Crigger Heather Elvis, chances are you’ve heard her name before. She went missing in 2013, and was proclaimed dead in February of 2014 . Heather, although presumed dead, has not yet been found. She was last seen on

Quote of the Week


I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest

A Heart to Serve: Haiti


By: Carolina Hughes My trip to Haiti last week was eye-opening and heart-warming. I traveled to Cap-Haitien, Haiti with a group called Compassion International. This is a Christian organization that “releases children from poverty in Jesus’s name,” as their slogan

Living the Minimum


By: Tieyanna Potts Minimum wage is a hourly wage rate set by the state. We have a minimum wage because people ages 16 and older must receive a fair minimum wage according to U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor