Category Archives: Opinion

Florida Lawmakers Foster Homophobia in Primary Level Classrooms

Yestin Arvin Gochuico – Staff Writer There’s a trend of Republicans restricting what students can and cannot learn in Florida, dangerously threading us towards primitivism. From systemic racism to gender discussions, lawmakers are abusing their seats to frantically reject reality, alienating various communities, now the LGBTQ+ community, in the education system. On March 28, 2022, Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis signed

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Republicans Crack Down on Critical Race Theory Through Misguided Context and Semantics

Yestin Arvin Gochuico– Staff Writer Politically divisive and anti-American—Republicans say Critical Race Theory (CRT) has infiltrated public institutions by teaching historically inaccurate events and indoctrinating people to be against core American values. But CRT isn’t driving a wedge in society, unlike they say. Introduced during the first half of January 2022, the new Senate Bill (SB) 148 and House Bill

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‘Single’s Inferno’ and South Korea’s Obsession with Beauty

Christy Joshy – Social Media Editor With the rise of Korean pop music or K-pop, South Korea’s entertainment industry is booming. More and more international viewers are tuning into Korean dramas, films and shows. However, with this relatively newfound fame that South Korea’s entertainment industry is receiving comes a lot of criticism. One example is the new Netflix dating show, Single’s Inferno.

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What’s happening in Tallahassee: An Editorial

Gabriella Small and Colette Tamburini – Layout Editor and Online Editor COVID-19 is slowly starting to become a mainstay in our society, and it’s extremely upsetting. Although the numbers seemed to dip for quite a while, they are now reaching heights that didn’t seem possible when the virus initially struck the country. While this is a statement that rings true

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Remote Internships, Can They Actually Work?

Jessica Kladerman – Editor-in-Chief In the highly competitive world of fashion internships, the experience you can gain from working for a fashion company is instrumental in your developing portfolio. I applied for several positions on LinkedIn completely shooting in the dark. I never thought in a million years I would hear back from one of the first interning programs I

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¡Presentando Vivo! – A Review of Sony’s First Animated Musical

Leonardo Lopez – Features Editor Directed by Kirk DeMicco, Vivo is Sony Pictures Animation’s latest feature film that was released on August 6th, 2021. It is exclusive to the Netflix streaming service. The film begins in Havana, Cuba where an elderly musician named Andrès and his pet Kinkajou, Vivo, perform in the local plaza. One afternoon, Andrès receives a letter

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