Category Archives: Features

Social media and devices: Is connecting disconnecting us?

Anabel Sanchez      Online Editor   If you walk into a classroom or a waiting room, the chances of you finding someone fiddling on their phone is higher than not. The pull of YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and the endless array of other social media platforms draws in everyone from 12-year-olds to seniors.  Approaching twenty years into the 21st century,

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The Way I Make Up: Volume Two

Michelle Castano Editor in Chief In present day, the beauty industry is a multi-million-dollar industry. Makeup, skincare, haircare, you name it and items are flying off the shelves.  In fact, cosmetics company, Tarte states that their cult favorite makeup concealer is sold every 12 seconds.  Makeup collections are being launched daily, whether it be Milk Makeup’s new “hydro grip” primer or

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A divine panel on Black Greek letter organizations

Stephanie Sylvester Copy Editor History Professor Dr. Robert Morris hosted an event Thursday, Feb. 28 in efforts to raise awareness of the roles the nine Black Greek-Lettered sororities and fraternities play in communities worldwide. The panel consisted of five intellectual sorority and fraternity members who spoke eloquently to students and faculty members on their experiences. The “Divine Nine” black sororities

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