Can Russell Wilson Be Traded From Seattle to a New Team?

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By Gabriel De Oliveira- Student Journalist Is number 3, Russell Wilson leaving Seattle after being drafted and spending 10 seasons with the Seahawks? This is the story that has a lot of fans thinking and hoping their team can trade for Wilson. Wilson along with Deshawn Watson might be on different teams when the NFL … Continued

“Why Didn’t I Get More Likes?”: Women and After-Post Anxiety

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By Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist Have you ever heard of after-post anxiety? You probably think I smashed words together, or this is a form of anxiety you didn’t know existed.After-post anxiety is an anxious feeling after someone posts images/videos on social media.  In this society, beauty standards and social media are a toxic mix. … Continued

Presidential Power Creep

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By David Horan- Student Journalist With the acquittal of Donald Trump by the Senate on February 13th, a dangerous precedent has just been set. In order to fully understand the scope and gravity of the Senate’s decision, we need to go back to 1973 and Richard Nixon. In 1973, the Watergate Scandal broke news and … Continued

Dunk the Donuts…In the Trash

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Iretiola Bankole-Bailey – Student Journalist A TikToker, Bryan Johnson, @bryanjohnson_ posted a video early this year showing him and other Dunkin Donuts employees throwing out donuts at the end of their shift. The video has since then accumulated 27.5 million views on the app.  The sixteen-year-old first posted a video showing his closing routine in … Continued

You

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Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist I love everything About you. Falling For you. Everyday with you An adventure. Sunshine, That’s what you are to me. Butterflies, That’s what you make me feel.  Your love so addicting, No longer a heartbroken victim. Like zero gravity, You got me levitating. My Other Half. My best friend. My … Continued

Brady Is the Unquestioned Goat, But Can Mahomes Catch Him?

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By Edwin Duodu – Sports Editor Wherever he goes, the Super Bowl rings will follow. After 20 seasons in the NFL, Thomas Patrick Edward Brady now has the most rings ever for a player. For years we questioned whether he was a more incredible quarterback than Joe Montana. Brady not only surpassed him as a … Continued

Rutgers University Planning on Reopening for Fall 2021

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Nadia Ahmed-Student Journalist Whispers have been circulating that Rutgers will be reopening for the fall 2021 semester. Students and faculty are excited about the prospect of once again attending school in person. Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark, sent out an email on Jan. 27 stating that, “increasing mobilization of Rutgers’ own expertise and public … Continued

The Gentrification of Thrifting

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By Karoline Gonzalez – Student Journalist Thrifters are often people in need of clothes for a cheap price—the single parent living paycheck to paycheck, or the homeless man trying to buy a coat with spare-change from strangers. These, perhaps, are the people one expects to see browsing through the aisles of a second-hand store, not … Continued

Judas And the Black Messiah – Movie Review

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Titi Afolabi – Student Journalist One of the many great aspects of Black History Month is the enhanced social media and cultural attention to black artists, films, books, and shows that depict black communities’ hardships, history, triumphs, and joy. Shaka King’s new film “Judas and the Black Messiah” is a historical drama that takes on … Continued

Can the Colts save Wentz’s Career?

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By Gabriel De Oliveira- Student Journalist The former quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles, Carson Wentz is being traded to the Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks. This includes a 2021 3rd round pick and a 2022 2nd round pick, with the potential of becoming a first. The price for Wentz was so low due to … Continued