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Literary Magazine releases “Expressions”

The Literary Magazine, “Expressions,” took on a new platform this year, as staff adjusted to changes due to COVID-19. Opting for a website as opposed to the usual magazine structure, this year's theme was (dis)connected, with photographs and captions evoking … Keep Reading


Dr. Seuss cancelled

While his stories are celebrated by parents and children alike for tackling issues ranging from environmentalism to the dangers of greed, some have not stood the test of time. Six of his books, including his debut novel, will no longer … Keep Reading


Newsmagazine releases third issue

With a new year came a new issue of “The Patriot Post.” Featuring the ignorance plaguing the country and ways to remedy it as the cover story, the newsmagazine covers topics ranging from cultural appropriation to Black History Month. … Keep Reading

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Reasons to be positive in 2021

2020 was probably one of the worst years mankind has ever lived to see. However, the dawn of 2021 is now upon us, giving everyone a reason to be optimistic and have a positive outlook on what the new year … Keep Reading


POC: What it means to me

In a world of heightened racial tensions, a greater variety of terms and information denoting certain groups variety is emerging. As a term that serves to combine all minorities as one, is POC, people of color, an effective term? … Keep Reading

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The complexities of a Black History Month

A national holiday in the United States, Black History Month celebrates, every February the often unremembered and overlooked accomplishments and history of Black Americans. During this month, special attention is given to Black-focused studies through specialized school curriculums, special events … Keep Reading

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Obscura: Luz

Known for her Youtube music covers and self-composed songs, singing personality Luz Corrigan, “Luz,” has grown a small platform over the past year, taking the indie alternative genre by storm. … Keep Reading

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