Reparations may not be the solution we’ve been looking for

Jonas Du, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     As the 2020 election intensifies, many Democratic candidates are embracing the idea of slavery reparations, that is, providing financial compensation to descendants of slaves. According to a recent Young Democrats pol...

A Look at Abortion Laws

Payton Selby, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     In May of this year, Georgia passed a series of hindering restrictions on abortion. This was met with an immediate wave of outrage from women and men across the state. Protests, petitions, and lawsuits soon confronted th...

ANGELIC 2 THE CORE: Highlights from a Magnum Opus

Max Norman, Columnist

September 27, 2019

Where were you on June 22, 2016? Can you remember? Has it long since escaped your memory? Well, I can tell you what you certainly were not doing: paying attention to Corey Feldman. Feldman,best known as an actor in 80s classics l...

Allotted apple time

William Buhay, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     I am a bold man. One that stands at about 5’6” and lacks the ability to grow anything that may resemble facial hair, but bold, nonetheless. See, whenever I meet someone who tells me their parents are doctors, I pr...

The best and worst assemblies

Gillian Gracey, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     Assemblies. Nothing says, “it’s Thursday” like filing into McCain while Mr. Batcheller holds the doors for everybody while confiscating food and drinks from not-so-sly students. Some people believe assemblies build...

NFL takeaways through the first two weeks of the season

Jack Hunter, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     After the first two weeks of the NFL season, the 2019-20 season is off to a roaring start, from off-the-field drama, weird injuries, and teams that are on the rise or on the decline. Here are my takeaways from the first...

Fanning the Flames

Emre Duvenci, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     When the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro won the popular vote in October 2018, the nation’s status as the world’s fourth largest democracy began to waver. The sixth most populous country in the world was under ...

Wildcat Profile on Ejike Adele

Camryn Brewer, Columnist

September 27, 2019

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How Stacey Abrams has mastered politics

Payton Selby, Columnist

February 28, 2019

Stacey Abrams, a long time Georgia icon has quickly outpaced her local stardom and become a national phenomenon. I am embarrassed to say when I met her in 2017 at the start of her campaign, I regarded her as nothing remarkable,...

Why do we enjoy crime stories?

Addie Anderson, Columnist

February 28, 2019

Ever since I was little I knew there was a great deal of popularity among crime stories. When I was little, my sister and I enjoyed watching a show called Monk where a homicide detective who works with the San Francisco Police...

The Abortion Debate

Phoebe Lariccia, Columnist

February 28, 2019

Imagine this: You’re a thirty-year-old pregnant woman, and you just took a trip to the doctor for your check-up. While there, the doctor delivered you some heartbreaking news. Your baby, the one you had been carrying for six...

On the Edge of Sleep Dreaming of the Bi-Line

Andrew Zacks, Columnist

February 28, 2019

What is the highest number of Italian-Americans you’ve come across on New Jersey Transit? I’ll tell you for me it’s one. Not a lot, I know. He punched my ticket, which isn’t even an innuendo, and we were off under the...