Post Tagged with: "editorial"

Editorial: The therapy of a side-hustle

In the midst of balancing three jobs, a volunteer placement, and four courses, I’ve decided to allocate the remaining ten minutes of my week to a side hustle.  You may or may not be experiencing whiplash due to aggressively shaking your head in disbelief at this point. However, conditioning and molding polymer clay into earrings is cheaper than therapy and […]

by Brit Kovacs· · Opinion ·
Editorial: All feelings are valid

Editorial: All feelings are valid

Feelings suck.  There I said it. I really hate having feelings.  If I was super into astrology I would probably say that I feel feelings so intensely because I am a Pisces.  But everyone has feelings, and everyone must learn how to navigate through life with their feelings.  Something I noticed, more so this year, is that everyone is constantly […]

by Jade Hosick· · Opinion ·
Editorial: Is it too late to talk musical physics?

Editorial: Is it too late to talk musical physics?

Damn. No idea what to write about. But this is already super late (hopefully Emily won’t fire me) so it seems as good a time as any to let my mind wander and type whatever I’m thinking. If I’m lucky, this may turn into a transcript of an interesting internal dialogue or monologue about something. 3 a.m. is a wonderful […]

by Kash Patel· · Opinion ·
Editorial: It’s okay to love your friends

Editorial: It’s okay to love your friends

At this time of year, it seems as though everyone is fixated on finding somebody to love. The world around us makes us feel as though finding your ‘person’ is a necessary thing — or at least that’s what I thought, anyway. Lately, I’ve realized that I have plenty of people around me to love. Something even better is that […]

by Victoria Marshall· · Opinion ·
Editorial: The hype for TikTok is real

Editorial: The hype for TikTok is real

In the span of the past few months, TikTok has taken off. The most popular videos have surfaced on other platforms via Instagram and Twitter which helped market the app. Although, at first glance, it was quite easy to roast the app by what kind of viral dances and the types of teens who were becoming famous. Eventually, many of […]

by Kathleen McCullough· · Opinion ·
Editorial: Respecting people’s choices

Editorial: Respecting people’s choices

If you know me, you know one of the things I say almost everyday is simply “let people live their lives.” I am big on letting people do the things that make them happy as long as it is not hurting anyone else, and that is something I really want to get across in my writing. If people want to […]

by Jade Hosick· · Opinion ·
Editorial: “You should smile more”

Editorial: “You should smile more”

I was minding my own business as my church’s Christmas Eve service wrapped up when a fellow church member approached me. “Merry Christmas,” he said, giving me a hug. With one final look, he added “and smile more, it looks good on you.” My face immediately dropped, and the small smile I had previously worked up specifically for that encounter […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Opinion ·
Editorial: Think before you buy

Editorial: Think before you buy

In a capitalist culture, our economy succeeds based on supply and demand. In order for it to thrive, stores need to sell and people need to purchase. In North America, we are incredibly lucky to live with the privilege of nearly instantaneous accessibility to all the things we need and want. Need groceries but don’t feel like taking a trip […]

by Sophia Cole· · Opinion ·

Editorial: Mark Cascagnette

In today’s highly-divided world, where society is seemingly never in agreement and the news is full of tragedy, there is one truly unique activity that has a powerful way of uniting one another. That activity is sports. In a very special way, sports are meant to bring people together! Regardless of all other factors including; one’s race, personality, economic status, […]

by Mark Cascagnette· · Opinion ·

Editorial: Balancing a hectic schedule

I have three, no — wait — four calendars on the go at all times. One in my bag, my fridge, my phone and one that floats around all willy-nilly. Each day is separated into five categories; kids, work, school/homework, ex’s work schedule, and elusive free time. Subsequently, my brain is also subdivided into those same five categories. I am […]

by Darien Funk· · Opinion ·