What Is The City Voice’s Favorite Thanksgiving Food?

Chloe Diehm My favorite thanksgiving food is mashed potatoes. Nick Hankins Mashed Potatoes Keira Mei Harrel The dinner rolls 🙂 Lia Lin Hawaiian salad! Also- slightly stale stuffing (only Ms. Alexander’s 5th hour English will understand the last one) Niyla Long My favorite thanksgiving food is sweet potato pie Krishna Mano You can never go wrong with stuffing! Turkey and ham are great, but for … Continue reading What Is The City Voice’s Favorite Thanksgiving Food?

Thanksgiving Music: An Honest Review From A Metalhead

Holiday Music is quite an interesting genre containing hit songs such as Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” or Danny Elfman’s “This Is Halloween,” however most of the Holiday Music genre is either Christmas or Halloween songs, you never hear songs about the one Holiday sandwiched right between the two: Thanksgiving. Now seeing as Thanksgiving is literally next Thursday from the time … Continue reading Thanksgiving Music: An Honest Review From A Metalhead

Amidst the Midterms

DISCLAIMER: These are not official results but were called by The Associated Press (https://www.ap.org/en/) Last Tuesday, hundreds of millions of Americans went to pre-designated places to cast their votes for Senate, House of Representatives, Governor, and Ballot measures. Here’s the rundown: There have been predictions about the Republican party claiming a majority in the House and Senate however it still remains undecided. As of Thursday, … Continue reading Amidst the Midterms

Día De Los Muertos

The ways we learn of this annual tradition varies, some from experiencing first-hand, others watching a video in their Spanish class, or maybe through movies. My favorites for the holiday’s expression on the screen have to be Spectre, Coco, and The Book of Life. There is so much to celebrate when it comes to your deceased relatives, even if the day never came to meet … Continue reading Día De Los Muertos

History of Halloween

I’m sure many are familiar with the holiday Halloween. Every year on October 31st, you can see people dressed up in costumes, going trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, having festive gatherings, etc., but did you ever wonder where this fun fall tradition came from? Surprisingly, the origins of Halloween go all the way back to 2,000 years ago, to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts … Continue reading History of Halloween

ATLAS™: It Can Do Parkour??

On August 17, 2021, Boston Dynamics, the popular Robotics company released a video filming their very own robot doing….parkour?? Now the video is only about 1 minute long, however it’s enough to astonish you. Think about it, something inorganic, a literal humanoid robot that’s been coded, successfully completed an intense parkour course, looking both fluid and precise at the same time! It was on that … Continue reading ATLAS™: It Can Do Parkour??

Be Real is, Ironically, Not Real: The Tech Industry’s Latest Failed Attempt To Normalize Taboo Topics

I can vividly remember my very last hour of the day during our first week of school. Our teacher was busy explaining his grading system in the syllabus packet he handed out and because of the significance of the topic at hand, he had almost everyone’s attention. Out of nowhere, a student who was looking at their phone under the desk in what they thought … Continue reading Be Real is, Ironically, Not Real: The Tech Industry’s Latest Failed Attempt To Normalize Taboo Topics

The Rise of AI Generated Content

What is it? You ever hop onto social media and immediately see some weird distorted image with a watermark saying “DALL E,”? Yeah me neither, but apparently there’s a thing called “DALL E” which is essentially an AI program on the internet that will create some really surreal images based on some key words you type into its search engine!  Dall E is what the … Continue reading The Rise of AI Generated Content

Hurricane Fiona Devastates Puerto Rico

During the early morning of September 19th, a category 3 hurricane hit Puerto Rico. Dubbed “Hurricane Fiona”, this is the first major hurricane of the 2022 season, with wind speeds of 115 mph. Currently, it is moving northwest at a speed of 10 mph.  So far, over 1,000 people have been saved from the flood waters, which are up to a shocking 30 inches high. … Continue reading Hurricane Fiona Devastates Puerto Rico