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The Conflict in Mosul

The Conflict in Mosul

Suvan Bhat ‘20, Staff Writer

What started out as a dispute between the government and people of Syria became a worldwide problem with the different powers of the world fighting for influence in the o...  Read More »

Dec 5

Pursuing Careers in Climate Change

Pursuing Careers in Climate Change

Daniel Rowe ‘18, Staff Writer

The repeated message brought to us by the leaders of our world is that climate change challenges our existing society. It is the crisis of our generation, an issue which ...  Read More »

Dec 5

North Korean Atomic Weapons Program

North Korean Atomic Weapons Program

Brian Savage '18, Staff Writer

The international standoff of each nation's nuclear arsenal increases with the emergence of every warhead enriched with Uranium, maintaining the power for terminal annihila...  Read More »

Dec 5

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New York City’s Most Hip Neighborhoods

New York City’s Most Hip Neighborhoods

Alessandro Memmolo ‘19, Staff Writer

In recent years, New York City has become the most popular (and notoriously expensive) city to visit in the world. The popularity, which has escalated due to movies, the me...  Read More »

Feb 7

Review: “Nocturnal Animals”

Review: “Nocturnal Animals”

James Paradiso '17, Editor-in-Chief

Nocturnal Animals continues director Tom Ford’s saga of sad people living in beautiful homes. This film proves Ford’s masterful and distinct narrative, directorial, and ...  Read More »

Feb 3

Please Stop Pre-Ordering Games

Please Stop Pre-Ordering Games

Jacob Saavedra '19, Staff Writer

Pre-ordering has been in practice by retailers since the early 2000s. Originally, pre-ordering was used to gauge the interest in certain video games so that a) publishers wou...  Read More »

Feb 3

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