Even If You Can’t Vote Your Top Choice, Voting Is Still A Privilege And Your Responsibility

By Sarah Bale I woke up on April 8in the midst of a pandemic to the news that Senator Bernie Sanders was ending his campaign for the 2020 presidential election. Soon after, floods of individuals on social media stated that they will not vote in the November election because Sanders is not the Democratic nominee. … Continue reading Even If You Can’t Vote Your Top Choice, Voting Is Still A Privilege And Your Responsibility

Feminist and Proud

By Sarah Cunningham I don’t enjoy sharing my opinion with others. Actually as a rephrase, I used to enjoy sharing my opinions with others. Anyone can agree that having a conversation with those who have extreme mentalities and are eager to argue is unbearable. It definitely seems that I’ve had way too many of those. … Continue reading Feminist and Proud

The Genius Behind “Parasite”: a Brief Review and Analysis

By Madelyn Crews and Beth Rigby  Bong Joon-Ho’s “Parasite” can be considered one of the most remarkable films of 2019.  All components of the production combine harmoniously to generate a visual representation of classism in South Korea. The cinematography alone highlights the perspectives of the lower classes on the rich, while the powerful score manipulates emotions … Continue reading The Genius Behind “Parasite”: a Brief Review and Analysis