The Israel-Hamas war is a long-standing and complicated conflict that cannot be addressed with hateful generalizations of antisemitism and Islamophobia. With both reactions on the rise in the U.S., curating understanding and solutions for this conflict is moving even further out of reach.
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In every election, the civic duty to vote shouldn’t be taken for granted.
Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression characterized by a change in weather that results in less sunlight. The fall and winter months that often last excruciatingly long in Ohio negatively affect the mental health of many.
“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” premiered in theaters Oct. 13. Last weekend, Swifties rushed to theaters all over North America to immerse in the unique concert experience. The film takes viewers through the entire concert, keeping the same order of “eras.” Only five songs were excluded, but it still includes two surprise songs like a typical show.
As a Swiftie, I am obviously deeply intrigued by the rumors about Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce. However, there has been a sense of uncomfortability rising in media coverage of the pair that represents the media’s tendency to be over-involved in romantic relationships, even though they are inherently private.
Homecoming in college is a time for alumni and students to unite and celebrate meaningful traditions and festivities.
On Sept. 22, President Joe Biden introduced an unprecedented White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention. The overarching goal is to reduce gun violence and, with that, contribute to legislation aimed at doing the same. Whether it is ensuring implementation or expanding on laws themselves, having a dedicated office is a crucial step to fostering change.
Warning: This column contains content regarding suicide and mental health.
The American Library Association began observing Banned Books Week in 1982. According to its website, it “celebrates the freedom to read and spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools.” Teachers, authors, students, librarians and supporters of the First Amendment can all come together this Oct. 1-7 to bring awareness to this harmful form of censorship that affects our nation as a whole.
On Aug. 28, the University of North Carolina changed forever. Graduate student Tailei Qi murdered Zijie Yan in a science building on campus. The fact that some have already forgotten about this tragedy or didn't hear about it at all speaks volumes about the state of our country. Gun violence is all around us, and we must stop being desensitized to it.
Spotify is home to millions of niche playlists for whatever mood you’re in, genre you’re hyper-fixated on or vibe you’re looking for. My music taste changes just about every hour, so here are some oddly specific playlists in my current rotation.
For college students, August is a month of non-stop spending. Between new clothes, essentials for living away from home and a sad attempt to save up for the year ahead, only a few dollars are left to allocate toward making your living space a sanctuary. However, there are plenty of deals and hidden treasures in the market of dorm decorations.
During an impressive opening weekend that surpassed predictions, "Barbie" brought in $155 million along with excited fans decked out in their best pink spirit.
Shein, a fast-fashion retailer headquartered in Singapore, has had its fair share of scandals since it attained worldwide fame after its rebranding in 2015. Time and time again, the company is called out because of environmental concerns, issues surrounding working conditions and employee treatment and now for copyright charges.
A small town in Ohio was deeply disturbed by the breaking news of Ohio State Representative Bob Young’s domestic violence charge. Young and his wife, Tina Young, and their four children reside in the City of Green. The Ohio House Speaker, Jason Stephens, is advising Young to resign following his trial on Saturday for a first-degree misdemeanor for intentionally causing harm to an unknown victim.
The Supreme Court of the United States consists of nine justices, six of whom are conservatives. That is not to say that conservatives that made it that high up in government are not capable of being intelligent and unbiased, but the cases lately have all been conservative trigger topics. Political views have far invaded the court.
Recently, I’ve started to notice myself and those around me going through the day’s motions without really stopping to enjoy the 24 hours. Whether it’s because of work or other responsibilities, the day can start to feel less beautiful than it actually is – that’s where romanticizing your life comes into play.
Colleen Ballinger, also known as Miranda Sings, was accused of grooming teenagers online. Adam McIntyre is the victim with the most evidence from group chats and messages he has shared with Ballinger. Many people are also coming out revealing words she shared with them, but her comment sections on vlogs from weeks ago are flooded with concerningly loyal fans telling her to come back. I’m not here to restate everything that the victims have come out and revealed, but this is to further prove just how fake the internet is.
Noah Kahan has done it yet again, but who’s surprised?
Amazon Prime’s latest docuseries, “Shiny Happy People,” takes a closer look at what actually happened behind the scenes of the reality show that followed the Duggar family for years. “19 Kids and Counting” (formerly “17 Kids and Counting” and “18 Kids and Counting”) was a popular pick on TLC. I remember watching it on cable when I was younger and being in awe of how such a large family could function so seamlessly. After watching the four-episode docuseries I have come to terms with how easily the media can falsify reality and how toxic the roots of this family truly are.