Ever since early 2010, America has embraced a fit culture. Growing up, many students can recollect the Play60 posters plastered from wall to door. Athletes beamed down, asking all “Got Milk?” and, most infamously, students have learned to resent the school lunch programs that ripped cheeseburgers from hungry student hands. In reality, this program has… Continue reading Lunch Program Should Stay Intact for Student Health
Times are changing, and the television industry has to change with them. Cable TV is becoming a dinosaur in this age of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and recently; Disney Plus. It came first as a shock to many to find that this media giant would be hopping on the recent trend of streaming TV… Continue reading Disney + is influential
There is a big difference when someone wrecks a brand new $30,000 2018 Jeep Wrangler vs when someone wrecks a $400 1997 Ford Taurus. It seems to me that every other week I hear a reoccurring story, a rookie driver whose parents got him a really nice, new, sporty car as his first car and… Continue reading Rookie drivers should start out with cheap cars
It’s the age old debate: the definitive, trendy fashion movement versus the constricting, seemingly antiquated dress code of the school. What is even more uproarious is the increased scrutiny of female fashion, while the boys run off in their ripped jeans scott-free. However, this notion of a gender-split in the school dress code is absurd… Continue reading Does the Dress Code Discriminate?
Some rules are so old that we never seem to notice just how absurd they really are. We have lived under an outdated clothing policy for too long, and I think we need to redress the dress code. When reading the dress code in the agenda book, many of the guidelines are reasonable, such as,… Continue reading Dress Code is Sexist
With the 2020 election coming up, there has been a lot of talk about the next generation and their role in shaping the U.S. In fact, the generation that was raised and molded by the internet, will be voting this election. Naturally, this has caused a collision between the old, long-standing traditions of the Presidency,… Continue reading Social media and the presidency
It is no secret that superhero universes are dominating the industry, and it is also no secret which universe is leading the revolution. Decades ago, a young Stan Lee dreamt up a comic book universe that he began co-creating in the early 60’s and has now made a seamless transition from pages of a book… Continue reading Marvel is not overrated