‘Dumb’ Phones

‘Dumb’ Phones

Joaquin Matamis ‘18, Staff Writer

Mobile technology has become quite ubiquitous throughout the last decade, be it through the latest Apple, Samsung, or Android device. Many people are constantly connected...  Read More »

May 26

ISIS: Origin and Future

ISIS: Origin and Future

Brian Savage '18, Staff Writer

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a radical Islamic caliphate and terrorist organization initiating and inspiring attacks under the name of Islam and the Assad...  Read More »

May 20

The Rise of Global Counterterrorism

The Rise of Global Counterterrorism

Finn Schuemann '17, Staff Writer

As time has progressed into 2016, the world has changed in many ways. It has been over five years since the death of Osama Bin Laden, founder of Al-Qaeda, the infamous terro...  Read More »

May 20

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The Enchantment of ‘Cellar Door’

The Enchantment of ‘Cellar Door’

James Paradiso '18, Staff Writer

*** Disclaimer: This is best received when the first paragraph is read aloud or in front of a mirror. *** Cellar door. Sell a door. Selladore. It almost “produces an...  Read More »

May 26

Kendrick Lamar: Music’s Most Visionary Superstar

Kendrick Lamar: Music’s Most Visionary Superstar

Nikesh Teckwani ‘16, Staff Writer

On October 12, 2012, Kendrick Lamar began his rapid rise to stardom, evolving from an intriguing prospect to one of hip-hop’s hottest new artists. Good Kid, M.A.A.D. Cit...  Read More »

Mar 29

Four Mechanics “Fallout 4” Should Have Had

Four Mechanics “Fallout 4” Should Have Had

Jacob Saavedra '19, Staff Writer

Fallout is a game series about surviving in a world post nuclear apocalypse; however, the latest game in the series, Fallout 4, does not feel like this at all. It mostly has to ...  Read More »

Mar 29

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