Bullying Comes in Many Forms
Apr10

Bullying Comes in Many Forms

A bully is someone who lowers others self esteem, and hurts other people (physically, mentally, or emotionally). Some think violence is a natural way to deal with conflict, but this is also known as revenge.  People who bully are having a rough time in their own personal life, some want payback for something that has happened in previous situations. When people feel hurt they think the better option is to hurt someone else to feel...

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Woman’s History Month
Apr03

Woman’s History Month

In honor of women’s history month it only makes sense to tell the stories of a couple of heroes when it comes to paving the path and redefining what a woman really is. Now the person I’m highlighting here definitely isn’t the normal hero type, she was thought of as a professional leader who put others at risk by being a woman. This person is none other than Cleopatra VII. Cleopatra VII is mostly just remembered as the...

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Is Minecraft Just A Children’s Game?
Aug12

Is Minecraft Just A Children’s Game?

This game is loved by people of all ages–young children as well as young adults. But some people believe that the young adults that play it are immature. The young adults that play it will argue that the game is for all ages. Both sides make some good points! All Ages Can Play You Can Be Creative: Most players do range from the age of 8-15 but there are many adults that do play the game. That being said the game the people that...

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A Teen Visits DC to Rally for Rights
Aug02

A Teen Visits DC to Rally for Rights

It’s July 26th and under the hot sun in 95 degree weather, I and a good thousand individuals are all marching to the capitol building. Our chants can be heard a block away: “Don’t Roll Back Our Civil Rights! Disabled and Proud! Community Living, It’s a Civil Right!” Ever since forever ago, there has been a fight for civil rights. It started with race, shifted focus to gender, then to LGBTQA… but...

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A Chorus Line At Cortland Repertory Theatre
Aug01

A Chorus Line At Cortland Repertory Theatre

This is the first production of A Chorus Line at the Cortland Repertory Theatre in 45 years. This dazzling musical tells a story of the unsung heroes of the Broadway stage – the dedicated, talented and overworked chorus dancers. Opening with the characters dancing at an audition for a chorus line, all of them fairly nervous because they really need this job, this leads them to sing the song “I Hope I Get It”. As the audition...

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The Purge: Election Year Review
Jul29

The Purge: Election Year Review

Caution Minor Spoilers  The Purge: Election Year was directed by James DeMonaco and was released on July 1st, 2016. The movie runs for 1 hour 45 minutes and is Rated R. This is the third movie of the series. The movies are all about how one night a year, the government sanctions a 12-hour period in which citizens can commit any crime they wish — including murder — without fear of punishment or imprisonment.In which the...

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