The Other Side

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By Nadia Ahmed-Student Journalist X is in a quest for the value of Y Y is in a quest for the value of X. Commoners want to be celebrities. Celebrities want to be commoners.  Why is It that we always yearn for what we don’t have.  Why is it that we always crave  what we haven’t … Continued

Rainbow NeoSonnet

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By: Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist I want to know who died and made them almighty Judges. Whether or not that book says “No Adam and Steve or Mary and Eve” But I know he loved all of us no matter skin color or who we loved. Beautiful. Passionate. Addicting. Breathtaking – real love. Violet, … Continued

From Blood and Ash: Bold and Addictive

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By Sydney Kennedy – Student Journalist From Blood and Ash is a riveting and romantic tale of a young woman who is faced with exiling herself from all she has ever known in order to forge a better life. Penellaphe “Poppy” Balfour is the Maiden. Eighteen-year-old Poppy has a fair share of betrayers for someone … Continued

Failing Fallon

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By James Ochoa – Student Journalist Jimmy Fallon is done, he’s over. No, he didn’t say anything offensive or racist, but his age is really starting to show.  If you haven’t heard by now, Fallon started a Twitch channel, where his inaugural stream consisted of a few games of Among Us with The Roots, members … Continued

Tash Sultana – Terra Firma

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By Karoline Gonzalez – Student Journalist After going viral on YouTube and all across social media platforms, surpassing 90M views on their single “Jungle,” Australian singer and song-writer Tash Sultana has stepped back into the charts following the release of their latest album Terra Firma—an ode to their newfound balance and grounded state of mind, according … Continued

We Were Liars: You Want to Read It and It’s Going to Hurt

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By Sydney Kennedy – Student Journalist Reading We Were Liars by E. Lockhart felt like a warm summer day, but a storm was raging outside. It felt like eating my favorite ice cream, but it was dripping all over my fingers while I was eating it. It was like being so thirsty that I dared … 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

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

Welcome To My World

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By Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist 90s girl in a upside down world.Negativity constantly hurledAt my face or race,But we still rise with grace.I love music so turn up the bassSome people walked out my life without a trace.I’ll always say, “I’m black and Proud.”Just because I’m black that doesn’t mean I’m loudI can wear … Continued

The Slight Edge – Book Review

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“What will it take for me to finally reach my weight goal?”

“What’s the difference between me and the 5% of people succeeding?

“What do I need to do to be a different person a month from now?”

The answer lies in The Slight Edge.