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Sarah Everard is every woman

Sarah Everard is every woman

For vulnerable people, going on a walk or run isn't always just that
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief March 28, 2021

Content warning: This story includes mentions of murder, femicide, harassment, and sexual assault. For 33-year-old Sarah Everard, March 3 was the same as any other day. She was visiting a friend in...

Memes: Meaningless jokes or something more?

Memes: Meaningless jokes or something more?

The seemingly unimportant joke format allows us to process current events
Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist March 20, 2021

How often do you look at memes? Do you seek them out? Do you share them? Do you ever create your own? I’m sure you know the answer more than anyone else, but have you ever wondered who created the memes...

But first — let me take a selfie

But first — let me take a selfie

How selfie museums undermine contemporary art
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist March 19, 2021

Pop-up selfie museums have been showing up all over my Instagram feed; they are bursting at the seams with meaningless immersive “art.” The definition of art can be blurry and subjective. I’m not...

An Eye for an Eye: In Defense of

An Eye for an Eye: In Defense of “The Last of Us Part II” Part Three

The game allows for reconceptualizing revenge in video game story arcs
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist February 10, 2021

Rather than be a game strictly about a wronged character going on a ruthless rampage in search of the person who wronged them, “The Last of Us Part II” pulls a different sort of trick. The game is...

Tigers dive straight into the SCAC Championships

Tigers dive straight into the SCAC Championships

The championship is the only confirmed in-person meet as of now
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter February 7, 2021

Trinity athletes whose seasons are typically in the fall or winter now face an abbreviated season occurring in the spring. This is the case for Trinity’s swimming and diving teams who traditionally have...

Ruff-down: Adoptable pets to compete for

Ruff-down: Adoptable pets to compete for “Lombarky” trophy in 17th annual Puppy Bowl

The puppies come from all across the country to compete against each other
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2021

Last year’s Puppy Bowl winners, Team Fluff, are making another appearance at the much anticipated championship game this Sunday. Puppy Bowl XVII, airing at 2:00 p.m. EST on the Animal Planet channel,...

An Eye for an Eye: In Defense of

An Eye for an Eye: In Defense of “The Last of Us Part II” Part Two

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist February 3, 2021

Despite releasing in June 2020 to critical acclaim, “The Last of Us Part II” was a victim of many people review-bombing the game online, specifically on Metacritic, shortly after its launch. This meant...

Opinion: Amanda Gorman's Super Bowl invite must be the start of more social justice efforts by the NFL

Opinion: Amanda Gorman’s Super Bowl invite must be the start of more social justice efforts by the NFL

Gail Grady, Sports Reporter February 3, 2021

Amanda Gorman, the poet who amazed viewers with her poem, “The Hill We Climb” at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, will now recite an original poem at Super Bowl LV this Sunday in Tampa Bay, Florida....

Open your ears to the music of the world

Open your ears to the music of the world

Carmine Villarreal, Arts Reporter January 31, 2021

Oftentimes, we find ourselves flooded with music streaming algorithms designed to feed us a highly catered set of sounds and emotions. At first glance, having refined methods of receiving music relatively...

NFL fans react to Brady's tenth appearance at the Super Bowl

NFL fans react to Brady’s tenth appearance at the Super Bowl

The 43-year-old quarterback has won six Super Bowl championships in his career, this could be his seventh.
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

Well, well, well, if it isn’t Tom Brady on his way to the Super Bowl yet again. Though I imagine fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are beyond elated to see their team at the Super Bowl for the first time...

An Eye for an Eye Part One: A Defense of

An Eye for an Eye Part One: A Defense of “The Last of Us Part II”

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist January 12, 2021

Revenge has been a staple of pop culture for millennia. From the Shakespearean times of Ye Olde English all the way to the standard-setting modern action film "John Wick," the idea of righting a wrong...

Opinion: Expanded NFL Playoffs once again put profit over player safety

Opinion: Expanded NFL Playoffs once again put profit over player safety

Extra NFL Playoff Game is detrimental to players
Gail Grady, Sports Reporter January 12, 2021

Opinion: Expanded NFL Playoffs once again put profit over player safety With a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases and growing concerns over the likelihood of injuries, it seems odd that the NFL would...

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