Are Musicians Insane?

August Napolitano

April 28, 2015

Recently, the pop sensation One Direction announced the departure of Zayn Malik, a core member since the group began about five years ago. His decision was attributed to stress, understandably—One Direction is a constant holder...

What I Learned Being an Annapolis Page

Gracie Brett

April 17, 2015

I had the honor of serving Maryland’s General Assembly as a page for the Senate this year. The job description includes running errands and completing any necessary tasks for the body, but I learned how to do a lot more than...

Privatization of Driver’s Education

Gracie Brett

March 16, 2015

High school is an enthralling time full of life milestones. One of the most important milestones is getting a driver’s license. Before I began my freshman year of high school, I had a vision of driving myself wherever my heart...

If the Ring Fits

Gracie Brett

February 25, 2015

During junior year, members of the 2015 graduating class were herded into the auditorium. Why, might you ask? To listen to a presentation about class rings presented by a Jostens representative. I cracked open a book the second...

The Reality Behind “American Sniper”

Gracie Brett

February 11, 2015

The recent film American Sniper has broken records at the box office and has proven to be a favorite among many in the U.S. The film stars Bradley Cooper, playing U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in American history....

Superbowl Ads: Hit or Miss?

Matt Robertson

February 5, 2015

One of the most anticipated days of the year in the United States is the Superbowl. It’s a day where we can eat way too much food, hang out with friends and watch good old fashion American football. Now, even the super-human...

Je Suis Charlie

Matt Robertson

January 16, 2015

Last week On Jan. 7, 2015, two men entered the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris, France and proceeded to open fire on the employees. Twelve people died in the attacks, while another eleven were wounded. The political satire n...

12 Days of Christmas Steps Out of the 18th Century

Matt Robertson

December 15, 2014

It’s that time of year again. Pine trees are being cut down, cookies are being iced, snowball fights are being picked, and something about a yule log is happening. “The Twelve Days of Christmas” has been a staple holiday...

Wrapping Up Your Holiday Shopping With Courtesy

Mary Talbard

December 15, 2014

With Christmas just around the corner, people are searching high and low to find the perfect presents for their loved ones. For them, it’s all about purchasing specific items at a reasonable date to have them in time to put...

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