2/15/2016, 10:00pm

Feminists now side with Bernie Sanders

Let us all agree that this presidential race has been intriguing, to say the least. If someone had told us four years ago that Donald Trump would be running for president while the first ever Jewish, Democratic socialist candidate would be a serious front runner, we would have probably laughed in that person’s face.

2/9/2016, 11:51pm

The Commercial Bowl

At the time of this writing, Super Bowl season is about to come to an end. The Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers will have duked it out in the biggest game in the world, with the winner taking home the Lombardi trophy and bragging rights as the greatest football team of the 2015-2016 season. Will it be the young and upstart master of the dab Cam Newton or the immortal and almighty State Farm spokesman Peyton Manning who hoists the trophy post-game?

2/1/2016, 9:51pm

Barbie gets a realistic makeover

The iconic Barbie doll will be getting an overdue makeover, Mattel announced on Jan. 28. Instead of just coming in the one size, small waist, big chest and round bottom, Barbie will now be tall, petite or curvy, USA TODAY reports.

1/26/2016, 9:34am

Tainted water in Michigan

The town of Flint, Michigan has been in a federal state of emergency since Jan. 16 because of their lead-tainted water, according to USA Today. Residents of Flint started to complain about the water in April 2014, when they noticed a weird taste and smell.

1/26/2016, 9:30am

Déjà vu: And the Academy Award goes to…

The start of a new year in the entertainment industry is a time for awards shows galore. Artists, actors, producers, directors — all are celebrated in a slew of awards shows that draw millions of views on national television. One of the most celebrated awards shows is the Academy Awards, or Oscars, in which the art of film is celebrated through awards such as Best Actor and Actress, Best Director and other prestigious honors.

12/29/2015, 5:03pm

Are college students being coddled?

If you were to look at the location of many of today’s protests and demonstrations, you would find that most of them take place on university campuses. If you were to look at where protests and demonstrations took place in the past, you would find that most of them took place on university campuses.

11/25/2015, 5:55pm

Should the U.S. take in Syrian refugees?

Perhaps the greatest question on the minds of Americans after the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris is whether or not the United States should accept the Syrian refugees fleeing war in their home country. In the political realm, the question is essentially split down the middle.

11/16/2015, 8:04pm

The downfall of NBC: The beginning of the end?

It was not too long ago when Thursday night television was the best night to tune into NBC. The show lineup included “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” “30 Rock” and “Community.” They were on a two-hour time block and they were all on NBC.

11/16/2015, 7:54pm

Paris mourns, the world mourns

Sadness. Anger. Frustration. Confusion. Mourning. These are probably just a few of the emotions being felt by millions around the world after the ISIS terrorist attacks on Paris, the worst attack on the country since World War II. These attacks on heavily populated public places such as the Stade de France during an international soccer match and the Bataclan Concert Hall during a sold-out concert were premeditated and orchestrated.