Most say that going to college is one of the best experiences you can have. You learn more than you have ever been taught. You make new friends that will stick with you throughout your entire life. You pursue dreams that you never thought were possible to achieve. Today, nearing the two year mark of this seemingly never-ending global pandemic, undergraduate enrollment dropped again. This … Continue reading US College Enrollments Decline Once Again
As a spectator of the City High musical practices this year I can say that there was talk among the participants that there would be no crowd and that they were working with the ticketing company to refund the tickets back to people who had purchased them. Then the next day, the tickets were advertised again and it’s now said that we will have a … Continue reading What is Going On With the Musical?
The FBI or the Federal Bureau of Investigation is an intelligence and threat based national security organization. It’s mission is to protect the American people and uphold the constitution. This means that they are responsible for responding to threats both within our country and without, cybercrimes, and counterintelligence. It was launched on July 28, 1908 by Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte. It is headed by … Continue reading Unsolved Mysteries of the FBI
You may know him as a stand-up comedian, you may know him for one of his most iconic roles; Danny Tanner in Full House and Fuller House, or maybe you don’t know him at all. Bob Saget passed in his sleep on January 9, 2022, after a late night of comedy on January 8 for the second show of his “I Don’t Do Negative” Tour. … Continue reading Remembering Bob Saget
Back in October, a mere four months ago, there was only one story that I can remember competing with the pandemic for airtime: the testimony of Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistleblower who left the company with thousands of pages of internal documents and went before Congress to accuse her former employers of knowingly causing harm to their users, particularly young adults. While I recognize that … Continue reading Why Did We Forget Frances Haugen?
The Old Guard is rated R by Netflix. As is the Netflix way, the first trailer for their 2020 summer action film The Old Guard was released only a few weeks before the movie itself, and it naturally generated some buzz. After all, Netflix’s last attempt at superhero cinema adapted from an obscure comic was the Umbrella Academy, a titled watched by 45 million people … Continue reading The Old Guard: Revisited
On December 31, 2021, television icon Betty White passed away at the age of 99. For many Betty was a relief from the daily tasks of life as she was broadcast into homes across the nation, often in a comedic role. She was most well known for roles like Rose Nylud in Golden Girls, Sue Ann Tivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and many … Continue reading Thank You For Being a Friend
As expected, the holiday season did in fact cause a surge in COVID-19 cases. With family and friends gathering together to celebrate, many people became ill and exposed others. With the new Omicron variant, COVID-19 cases are even higher than anyone would have imagined a few months ago. It is important to wear your mask, get vaccinated, and keep your distance from those not in … Continue reading COVID-19 Cases on the Rise
It’s Wednesday night and you’ve finally finished everything you had to for the day. You turn on the TV only to realize that after so long… Marvel has stopped posting weekly content. Panic ensues. So what do you do now? I’ll tell you. You should open a book, The Book of Boba Fett. The Book of Boba Fett is the new TV show from Star … Continue reading The Book of Boba Fett Premiere Review
Just a few days ago, as I was scrolling through my social media feed ranting about how fake news has been spread so easily, arguably more transmissible than COVID-19 itself, I stumbled upon an article that took me one step further than rage: hysterical laughing. The bolded text read ‘New Fried Chicken Recipe Cures Omicron Variant of Coronavirus.’ And any human will have any one … Continue reading All Fear the New Leader: The Dangers of the Omicron Variant