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Gen Z’s favorite vice: nostalgic escapism

Gen Z’s favorite vice: nostalgic escapism

Nicholas Kingman, Assistant Opinion Editor February 20, 2024

One of the commercials that aired during Super Bowl LVIII caused quite the controversy within the hot political climate of this year. The sound of horns and a snare drum over a grainy background graced...

When the war bells sound

When the war bells sound

Nicholas Kingman, Staff Writer November 21, 2023

Have you enjoyed your time of peace, “Zoomers?” The age of blissful ignorance is over, and the clock of war has struck zero. The political masters, along with their financiers, have blown their whistle...

Gen Z cannot think for themselves

Gen Z cannot think for themselves

Luna Infante, Contributor January 31, 2023

As a generation, we have lost our ability to think for ourselves, our ability to form our own opinions and our confidence to feel safe vocalizing them. Our unlimited access to social media and the internet...

Gen Z and voter turnout stereotypes

Gen Z and voter turnout stereotypes

Editorial Board November 15, 2022

As the 2022 midterm elections wrap up around the nation, one factor was immensely contradictory to the predictions and polls of major news networks — Gen Z voters turned out in massive numbers, keeping...

The mislabeling of AAVE as internet slang

The mislabeling of AAVE as internet slang

Saryvette Morales Cádiz, Arts & Life Editor March 8, 2022

Take any sociolinguistics class and you will eventually come across African American Vernacular English (AAVE), also known as Black English. For generations, African American communities have created their...

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