Opinion: Reboots are not worth it

As a huge fan of The Office, I think a reboot is a terrible idea. Recently, there has been talk on television and social media about a reboot for the show. I know why people think it’s a good idea: this show was extremely popular and still has one of the most loyal fanbases. Thanks to Netflix and to Comedy […]

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Staff Editorial 5/11 Citizens rightfully skeptical of North Korean claims to denuclearize

Two weeks ago, history was made when a meeting between North and South Korea, two countries which have been in armistice since the 1950’s, took place to discuss ending the war that has lasted over half a century.  Representatives from each country met with the United States’ newest cabinet member, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The two countries seem closer […]

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Opinion: Activism goes beyond making noise

Alex Lisa | Staff Writer In 2014, 200 girls were kidnapped from their school in Nigeria. It captured the attention of nations across the globe, with celebrities and political figures from the U.S., UK, South Korea, and Japan voicing their support for the girls and bringing them home. The hashtag #bringourgirlshome swept the internet as people used their voices to […]

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Opinion: NCAA in desperate need of change in regulations defining amateur status

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer The Federal Bureau of Investigation is currently investigating more than 20 College Basketball programs for potential National Collegiate Athletic Association rule violations. Schools that are under investigation include: Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Texas, Michigan State, and University of Southern California. To dive deeper into the report, a wiretap was also discovered of Arizona […]

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Staff Editorial 3/19 Parkland shooting calls for reinterpretation of Second Amendment

The second amendment grants citizens the right to bear arms; however, it is time to re-evaluate the statute of limitations surrounding these words. On February 14, Nikolas Cruz entered his former high school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 students and faculty. The event unsurprisingly sparked the debate of gun control and whether Congress needed to […]

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Opinion: Clothing disparities reveal work to be done in fight for gender equality

Andrea Hefferan | Staff Writer Every day men are granted overwhelmingly greater benefits compared to their female counterparts. Their masculine privilege extends beyond advancement in the workforce and elections to public office. Women face a monumental injustice every day, one which government leaders and the remainder of society are unwilling to address. Women’s pockets are significantly smaller than men’s. Every […]

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Letters to the Editor 2/15

Dear Chronicle Editor, I am writing to express my concern with the recent alignment of the concept of ‘change’ when discussing political issues both on the local and national levels. Specifically, I object to the revisions most recently provided which incorrectly describe change as the ‘action of enforcing one’s opinions onto others.’ I was reminded of this when reading The […]

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Staff Editorial 2/15 Judgement should be based on an individual’s merit not their sob story

At the 60th annual Grammy Awards, Ed Sheeran was awarded Best Pop Solo Performance for the popular Shape of You. Sheeran was the only male among four female nominees in the category, including Kesha. For the last couple of years, Kesha had been fighting her ex-manager, Dr. Luke, in court after a vicious fall-out, which ended with the singer accusing […]

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Staff Editorial 1/26 Obsession with views results fatality after Tide Pod Challenge goes viral

With a world revolving around social media and viral videos, people will go out of the way to get their post the most likes, views or retweets. At first, harmless stunts like the Cinnamon Challenge and Planking filled up the internet. Although stupid, the various challenges and pranks performed in order to garner views and like were tolerated and even […]

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