NBA Draft Predictions

As college basketball athletes declare for the NBA (National Basketball Association) draft, many are wondering one question– who will be the number one pick? A couple days ago the NBA draft lottery occurred, and the Boston Celtics found out that they would have the number one pick in the 2017 NBA draft (via Brooklyn Nets). … More NBA Draft Predictions

Brutality in the Sky

  Envision paying a certain amount of money to fly with your favorite airline, then finding out that the flight you were guaranteed was overbooked. Imagine that you needed this flight to get to work in your hometown the next morning. You know that you cannot miss this flight, yet the employees demand that you … More Brutality in the Sky

Editorial: Three’s Company: Why the Country Needs a Third Party

    When asked the infamous question of chocolate or vanilla, do you ever think maybe you might want strawberry instead? Being presented with limited options can be frustrating when they do not meet your needs and wants. This is why having multiple choices is favorable among most people. This type of thinking is a … More Editorial: Three’s Company: Why the Country Needs a Third Party

Why Donald Trump Was A Better Choice Than Hillary Clinton

On January 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. Ever since his campaign started, Trump has been the poster boy for backlash to his rather controversial stances on immigration, the environment, health care, women’s issues, and a plethora of other hot topics. With that being said, I … More Why Donald Trump Was A Better Choice Than Hillary Clinton

Breitbart Boycott

After Kellogg’s, the big brand company known for their infamous Poptarts and many cereals, pulled their advertisements off of Breitbart’s website, a rightist newspaper site, Breitbart went on the offensive.  Now, Breitbart is now leading a movement to “dump Kellogg’s” and has called the company “un-American” for pulling the ads. This is also a site … More Breitbart Boycott