By Sophia Garcia Today, March 2nd, marks the birthday of Dr. Seuss, formally known as Theodor Seuss "Ted" Geisel — the infamous pioneer of children’s literature. Having published over 60 books and accommodating several other adaptations, Seuss’s literature is a staple for childhood memories. Those who have not read his work have, instead, most likely … Continue reading Commemorating Dr. Seuss
By Vanessa Falcon Thursday, February 25th brought hope to the LGBTQ+ community when the US House approved the Equality Act— a bill that would prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. All that is left to do is get the Senate to pass it. The Equality Act is not a new bill. With … Continue reading Steps Towards Equality
By Anthony Vidal From Our January Issue. Pokemon was first introduced to the world on February 26, 1996; meaning, this year the Pokemon Company celebrates 25 years of its release. Pokemon has made an important impact in the infancy of the last two generations, and continues to make its mark on Generation Alpha. Quick History … Continue reading Pokemon 25
By Kymani Hughes At the point when President Joe Biden divulged his $1.9 trillion Covid plan on Thursday night, various individuals were astounded to learn stimulus checks would be $1,400 and not the $2,000 figure threw around in earlier weeks. Among those individuals found napping was prominent Democratic legislator Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. ″$2,000 implies $2,000. … Continue reading Will 1,400 Stimulus Checks Cost Democrats the Next Election?
By Anthony Vidal Eating disorders affect 9% of the population worldwide, and the average person has some previous knowledge of what eating disorders are. However, there are still several stigmas, and misconceptions surrounding this topic that should be addressed. To address these concerns, every third week of February is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. This … Continue reading Eating Disorders Awareness Week
By Kevin Perez Throughout the past years Netflix has been losing fan favorite shows. Friends was removed in late 2019 and early last month, on January, The Office was removed. Why are so many beloved shows being removed? The reason is because the owner of those shows are now taking full rights and placing it … Continue reading Netflix on the Fall? Not So Fast.
By Sofia Palomino Ash Wednesday, that is also known as day of ashes, is the commencement for the holy season of Catholics. It holds a great value for the Catholic community as it announces the beginning of lent. This holy day is observed by fasting and repent by Catholics across the globe. It is the … Continue reading Ash Wednesday in 2021
By Carla Rubio Specific to Latin culture, plantains have a variety of delicious ways to be cooked—not to be confused with bananas. The fruit highlighted in the chorus of Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl” is sweeter, softer, and best eaten when raw. Plantains, however, are incredibly versatile because they are not eaten right away, which leads … Continue reading The Ultimate Plantain Contest
By Sophia Garcia From Our January Issue. Mobile games’ popularity has come and gone with the general public, but for those who want to play video games on the go, it’s appeal never faltered. Developers compete to have their games rated the best amongst both fans and critics. Genshin Impact from miHo Yo proves itself … Continue reading Genshin Impact’s Rise to Fame
By Jaylyn Gonzalez Through their ability to construct unique character personalities and create an abundance of exceptional comics, movies, and series, Marvel Studios reigns supreme in the cinematic history of superheroes and supervillains. This saga has stretched across 23 films (and counting) grossed at around $22.39 billion at the worldwide box office, won three Oscars … Continue reading The Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe