Recently a tweet suggesting cutting the cost of college by cutting gen-ed classes made its rounds on social media.
A few weeks ago, our Carrier adviser came to us, the editor-in-chief and managing editor, and asked for our help with budget cuts.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Wuhan, China late last year, the global death toll has now risen to 1,770 and the global tally of diagnoses is 71,204.
Last week, our editorial board discussed the inequality and unfairness of the Academy. These judgements were based on nominations for this year, as well as years past. However, the 92nd Oscars took place this past […]
An Academy Award, aka an Oscar, is the most prestigious award an artist in the film industry can take home. Yet year after year, when nominations are announced, backlash over who is up for what is inevitable.
In the past, online humor was typically reserved for comical and non-serious postings, but it has rapidly come to make up a large portion of conversations surrounding more intense topics online.
Headlines have often highlighted the charitable donations of the elite and praised them for their generosity and good nature.
In November, Berry student’s inboxes were filled with emails from Health Services promoting free HIV testing at the Health Center.
Last week, while driving through Rome, I passed a homeless man standing on the side of the road.
The age of social media-bred super stars is an interesting one.