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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5BPfRHX1SE After this year’s Super Bowl performance, a curious development occurred following the halftime performance featuring Coldplay, Bruno Mars, and Beyoncé: outrage. It seems that Beyoncé’s new song, “Formation,” has gotten a different type of notoriety than her previous releases, and the content, message, and performance of her song has elicited outrage among certain sectors of the public. Some of...
"If you don't care about music, I'm going to say two things: 1. You should.2. If you still don't, go to Record Store Day and watch how excited people get about something they can't even see. You can't even see music, right, but there is something so magical about it." Michael White 15' DALLAS-Early Saturday, 6:40AM, in a meandering line of...
Imagine it's the spring semester of your junior year in college. You decide to venture home to visit your family over the Easter break. You're refreshed to reunite with parents and siblings and sleep in your own bed for the first time in months. It's just like old times until your brother wakes you up at 6 AM the...
Many Americans may sadly be desensitized to mass shootings in the United States. This can be corroborated by the lack of surprise when the news of an additional mass shooting occurred this past December in San Bernadino, California. Ironically, the largest backlash against the handling of this shooting stems not from gun control but instead the handling of personal...
The booming of artillery shells making impact with the unstable, viscous mud, the discordant shrill of trench whistles, and the insufferable gloom encompassed Northern France 100 years ago. Soldiers faced brutal conditions, surrounded by disease and a sense of hopelessness. In this age of modern war, a new advent of military innovation met with outdated, 19th century tactics, which...
Although known to most individuals at this point, COVID-19 has reached over 162 countries. Specifically in the United States, all fifty states have cases of COVID-19, and the numbers don't seem to be on the decline anytime soon. President Trump recently announced today that groups of 10+ should not gather and estimates that control of the virus will occur...
Three months after his initial nomination by President Trump, we seem to have reached the climax of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing. Both sides of the political aisle are dissecting every sentence that comes out of Kavanaugh's mouth. The media is intensely examining the misconduct allegations waged against him. With turbulent political discourse surrounding the hearings, many Americans seem...
A bead of shimmering sweat slowly creeps down his face.  The bead convenes and coalesces with another of its kind, streaks down his chin and then falls to the ground of the Senior Courtyard. Why would a senior be sweating? SAT? Nope.  Calc test? Nope.  College applications? Eh, maybe.  Big game tonight? Definitely not. Inability to tie a bow tie? Yes! The senior bow...

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