By Gabriella Licona After the disappointment fans felt from the turn of events in Batman vs. Superman, any hype for the Justice League movie was nearly nonexistent. Not only did the death of famous superhero Superman take a toll on all his fans, but with DC Comics releasing a movie merely 14 days after their competition, Marvel,… Read More Justice League Review (WARNING: spoilers)
By Abigail Rosales Since mid-October, sexual assault allegations have risen in the Hollywood world, as the famous celebrities we all know and love have spoken out about being harassed and assaulted. It all started on Twitter, on October 15th, when actress Alyssa Milano began the hashtag #MeToo and it began trending. The purpose of this… Read More Hollywood Is Now All About Sexual Assault
By Ericka Miller Twitter is rapidly going through quite a few changes. Tweet word count, for instance, has been limited to 140 characters per tweet since the app’s launch in 2006. In September of this year, Twitter launched an experiment by doubling the word count for selected users to test if they stopped “cramming” their… Read More Twitter Increases Word Count, Amongst Other Things
By Devin Dubon Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of the day where all of America watched with bated breath as the election results came in and it became apparent that republican nominee Donald Trump would become the President of the United States. Controversy has followed Trump throughout his presidency, but has he lived up… Read More One Year of Trump’s Presidency: What’s the Damage?
By Robyn Forbes Climate change is a real, global, pressing issue–one needn’t look too far to see the effects it is having on our environment. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, sea level has been rising over the past century and the rate at which it’s happening is rising as well, leaving parts… Read More Climate Change: The Domino Effect
By Sabine Joseph In the wake of the 5th largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, taking place in the small town of Sutherland Springs, Texas last Sunday, November 5th, the hotly contested issue of gun control in the United States has been reignited. The massacre in Texas comes a mere 35 days after the recent… Read More Mass Shootings: America’s Fastest Growing Epidemic
By Devin Dubon With the rise of technology and Artificial Intelligence (AI) use in the public and private sectors, worries have been raised over its possibilities for military use. AI has become a socially accepted norm amongst many civilian uses, with the stock market almost entirely relying on it. It is not long until a… Read More The Dangerous Rise of AI Technology in the Military
By Yasmine Mezawi Known as the sloppiest, most vulgar election, the 2016 presidential election had us at the edge of our seat biting our nails as the future of America was placed in the hands of a 71 year-old who acts no better than a child. A year later, talk of the election has not… Read More A Black president, Almost a Women President, and Now One with a Mental Illness
By Luis Mila Sugar, spice and everything nice were the ingredients used by Professor Utonium to create one perfect little girl, but the addition of Chemical X brought three girls into existence. They became known as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup—the Powerpuff Girls. In the past, Professor Utonium conducted a similar experiment, which produced another daughter,… Read More The Powerpuff Girls, Racist or Diverse?
By Sabine Joseph The recent attack on the Route 91 Harvest 3-day country music festival in Las Vegas–the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history–has ignited the hotly contested issue of gun control in the United States. While the efficacy of strengthened gun control laws acting as a panacea for mass shootings is debated, the one… Read More Mass Shootings: America’s Fastest Growing Epidemic