Editorial

Aqualung 50th anniversary review

By Evan Fleischer    Coming off of three consecutive releases seeing little critical acclaim, English rock band Jethro Tull brought a different approach to their fourth studio endeavor. Released March 19, 1971, Aqualung, saw a flood of critical success. The…

Why code?

By Elliot Kantor Americans spend over six hours every day in front of screens (and surely even more during a pandemic!). It’s more important than ever to learn how to use a computer efficiently and productively, and therefore I believe…

The Age of DISinformation

By Aiden West Critics of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal used the term “yellow journalism” to characterize the sensational journalism. By creating stories of hyperbole and human interest stories, these newspapers were able…

How will COVID-19 go down in history?

By Roberto Lachner    There are events with which you can define time and life itself. Before and after. Moments which are so impactful that the changes that they caused are too significant to ignore. These are called “watershed” moments, and…

Go green for the planet!

  As the end of the decade approaches, many take a look back not at all the good we’ve done, but at the harm we’ve caused and how the case of our environment’s health has only gotten worse. We have been…

Climate change deniers: Why?

By Roberto Lachner    When it comes to climate change denial, there are two questions that are the most important to address and understand in order to “get” the controversy. First, how do people deny man-made climate change’s existence, and…