Spring 2021 Reading List

Well, folks, it’s been a while since my last seasonal reading list and for that, I am deeply apologetic. BUT! I have recently started a new series and I am feeling inspired to write these articles once again. “But Stef, what series is it?” you may or may not be wondering at the minute. To […]

A Year in Review

Well, it has been about a whole year since we lost everything we ever knew. A whole year since we were forced to abandon our daily routines, our places of work, our classrooms, and our loved ones. A whole year of asking, “What’s going to happen next?” The era of whipped coffee and binge watching […]

Bridgerton: On-screen Versus Off-screen

After slowly “binge-watching” the glamorous, Regency-inspired phenomenon that is Netflix’s Bridgerton over the course of a few days (I say “slowly” and use quotation marks because I realize my definition of binge-watching is a little different from the widely accepted one), I had come to the conclusion that I, like 82 million other households, was […]

Tiny Little Things

At the beginning of the semester, I wrote about the challenges of online school, how hard it can be and how tiring it is to sit at a computer all day. With those challenges we face in online school come the challenges we feel in everyday, COVID-19 life. Never mind school, it’s hard to stay […]

November 7, 2020.

By: Stefanie Baptista Opinion Editor   On the day of November 7, 2020, I was at work. I was at work when I found out that Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Kamala Harris were elected president and vice president of the United States of America. I was in the cleaning aisle. Fitting, considering I would […]

Quick Rant…The First Debate

On September 29, 2020, at nine o’clock p.m., the first debate for the 2020 presidential election took place. And it was, in short, a disaster.  I don’t know what I was expecting, but it wasn’t that. At the same time, though, I am not surprised in the slightest. Donald Trump is not and was not […]

An Open Letter to Whoever Needs It

By: Stefanie Baptista Campus Life Editor Dear Reader, We’re living in kind of a funny time right now, wouldn’t you say? Things and places that we took for granted are no longer at our disposal. We’re being told that we can’t hug or kiss our loved ones because that requires being closer than six feet […]