Breaking Stereotypes

  By John Plue Gillette has recently used a plus-size model for one of their ads and many people had something to say about it, some of them are positive and some of them are negative. I’m sure a lot of people don’t care about Gillette and the models that they choose. It is important, however, that people start caring […]

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What the Fashion?

By Makenzie MacDonald We all can awe over an adorable video of a cat and dog, pictures of cubs, bunnies or monkeys, but we do not see the reality of some of those species fates. According to the Humane Society International Organization’s website, species such as hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, birds, chimpanzees, cats, dogs, etc., are commonly used when it […]

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No Matter What Happens, the Celtics Are Set for the Future

By Kurtis Kendall The Boston Celtics find themselves in a very positive situation for their future. This season will largely be determined by what Boston does in the playoffs, with their early season struggles and team drama getting pushed to the side. Once the seven-game series’ start, those are the only results that will really matter for this team. While […]

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A Letter To Students From The MSCA: A Deal Should Be A Deal

Dear Students, We write to inform you of an issue that directly affects your education and our ability to work with you. You may have heard that faculty and librarians have worked without a funded contract for 607 days. Today the main sticking point is that the university presidents are refusing to fully compensate faculty for supervising student internships, independent […]

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He Said: She Said

By Jaly Marquez Syllabus week, the first week of the college semester where professors and students get to know each other and learn more about the class they’re taking. The very first-roll call usually has a series of mispronounced first and last names. But, as the higher education community continues to grow, there needs to be a more inclusive learning […]

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