By Khadijah Khogeer In honor of Black History Month, I will be reviewing one of my favorite films of all-time: Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X.” This 1992 masterpiece is a biopic of civil rights activist Malcolm X, chronicling his early childhood, time in prison, conversion to Islam and life leading up to his assassination. Malcolm X […]

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By Max Ferrandino Would you rather live in a world where it is always too hot or always too cold? Not to the point of death, but just uncomfortable enough for you to notice and be affected by it. Personally, I would rather live in a world where it is too hot. You might wonder […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Trader Joe’s isn’t somewhere I frequently shop. The nearest one is about 45 minutes from my house, so picking up groceries is essentially a pilgrimage — a pilgrimage I’m willing to take, that is.  Given that it’s not just a quick run-and-done type thing, I pretty much only make the trek if […]

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The Hillary Clinton and Jill Stein camps have recently announced that they will take part in the Wisconsin voter recount. Many people are criticizing their call to do so, saying that it’s costing time and money. Shouldn’t the election results just be accepted? On Nov. 24, Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, tweeted […]

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With daylight saving time passed, inquisitive minds may wonder why it’s even in place. It’s such a hassle to change clocks twice every year and to lose a whole hour of sleep in the spring. That averages to 9.9 seconds of lost sleep every night. No wonder I’m so tired all of the time. It […]

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