What is the College Football Alliance?

How Pete Pranica became the voice of the Memphis Grizzlies

The Fat Electron


The F-Word: Feminism

When you google Feminism, the definition provided is, “the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes.” But if you were to ask people how they define feminism, you would get a variety of responses due to the controversiality of the word and how the meaning has been perceived and

Marjorie Taylor Greene

In the past few weeks, the name Marjorie Taylor Greene has become increasingly infamous among most people who follow politics. Greene is a Republican House representative from Georgia’s fourteenth district. She was elected in this last election, but her win was overshadowed by Joe Biden’s win. Nobody paid her any attention until the capital riot,

The Super Bowl

  In case you didn’t watch the Super Bowl this year or don’t follow football but want to know what happened here is a brief explanation.   The Super Bowl this year was between the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Quarterback back matchup promised to be one for the ages

Movie Recommendations

Picture this: It’s a rainy afternoon, you just slurped down a bowl of hot soup, and you’re feeling particularly lazy, so you watch a movie. But here’s the problem, what movie do you watch? The best thing about movies is that there are various choices for you to disconnect yourself from reality for 2-3 hours;

Biden’s Executive Orders

We are almost 2 weeks into Joe Biden’s presidency and it has been a wild first 2 weeks. Biden has signed 42 executive orders so far and he hasn’t even been in office for 14 days. Donald Trump signed 220 in 4 years just to put that in perspective for you. These orders have ranged

SGA x DEI Town Hall

Crosstown High’s Student government association will be collaborating with Crosstown’s DEI team in hosting a school-wide virtual town hall. This town hall will be targeting student motivation, in efforts to troubleshoot the issues of why students feel unmotivated during school, and how we can create solutions to their problems. If you are not aware of

COVID-19 Variants in the US

There has been a lot of news and stress lately about the new COVID-19 variants. I am here to clear things up with a lot of research and some insight. Let’s start with the way that viruses mutate. As we all know by now, viruses multiply by infecting healthy cells, inserting their DNA, which causes

How do Pandemic Films Compare to Real Life?

Pandemic and Epidemic films have been around as long as movies themselves. Humans are drawn to seeing suffering, and they make for great horror movies. The question I now have in mind is “How do pandemic movies compare to what actually happens during a pandemic?” To draw comparisons, I watched the 2011 film, “Contagion”. The

What is the 25th Amendment

If you have been keeping up with the news over the past week, you’ve probably heard people talking about the 25th amendment. You probably know at least that it involves the Vice President getting the President getting removed from office, which Mike Pence has stated he does not believe “is in the best interest of

Understanding Trump’s Second Impeachment

On Wednesday, July 13, Donald Trump made history. Unfortunately, he made history for being the first ever president to be impeached twice. The reason for his impeachment this time was for “inciting a violent insurrection against the US.” On Wednesday, January 6, a mob of his supporters flooded the capital, killing many people, and threatening the life of Vice President, Mike Pence.

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