The OracleNovember 12, 2020 So, we at the newspaper have a wonderful new advice column starting soon. It all began when someone writing for the paper needed this question to be answered: “How can I balance the stress of a new relationship and exam season at the same time? My partner is very needy, and … More The Oracle
Yuliia Hrytskiv October 25, 2020 When looking for some new clothes for a retro day at school, I found this New York brand that claimed to be authentic and have good quality clothing, from which I ordered a pair of jeans. I even paid five dollars more for faster shipping. When I tracked my package, however, … More Online Shopping and the Digital Wasteland
Hadley TranOctober 24, 2020 Self-studying, either reviewing materials you learned in class or studying new things, is not so enticing after a long day at school when your brain cells are extremely exhausted, and of course, it is not a delightful way to spend an evening. These little tips may come in handy when you … More Easy Ways to Feel Energized While Studying For Hours
…and so, as the semester edges ever closer to the end of the political tragicomedy that has been 2020, let us move forward with both caution and hope held within our hearts. So, where are we now? Though the Herald is non-partisan, I’m happy to say that regardless of winner, the American presidential election is … More Editor’s Note
Konrad SharmaOctober 25, 2020 Following the UFC 254 lightweight fight between Khabib Nurmagomedof and Justin Gaethje, Khabib announced his retirement from fighting. After defending his 29-0 lightweight record, he broke the news, after his father passed away as a result of COVID-19. His father had been training and working with him throughout his fighting career, … More Khabib VS. Gaethje: A Night To Remember
Vivian Nguyen October 23, 2020 Poland is a country located in Europe and is the home to nearly 40 million people. Currently, members of the LGBTQ+ community living there are in desperate need of help and attention. Although same-sex activity was officially made legal in 1932, people are still fighting for the right to marry and … More LGBTQ+ Rights in Poland; Your Voice is Needed
Nick BhumgaraOctober 15, 2020 Rocket League recently had a spike in players. If you don’t know what Rocket League is, it’s a competitive and casual game filled with fun! It’s about you and your teammates as cars which you can design, hitting a ball into each other’s nets: basically car soccer, but versions like car … More Rocket League: What Makes it so Great?
Lillian ShannonOctober 25, 2020 Welcome back to this series of articles where I will be talking about horror movies and horror movies only. This time I will be talking about the fairly new movie The Farm. Released in 2018, this film was written and directed by Hans Stjernswärd. It stars Nora Yessayan, Ken Volok, and … More The Farm
Shaochen ShiOctober 23, 2020 “Kitsch causes two tears to flow in quick succession. The first tear says: How nice to see children running on the grass! The second tear says: How nice to be moved, together with all mankind, by children running on the grass!” ― Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being “Kitsch” is … More What is Kitsch?
Shirley LeOctober 24, 2020 DNA profiling has been the standard procedure in forensic science and legal investigation since the 1980s. DNA evidence such as bloodstains and fingerprints can be used to find a match from a government database. Sometimes, however, the database does not provide a comparative profile and DNA evidence becomes a dead-end lead. … More Issues in DNA Phenotyping
Marwan Mohammed Iqbal October 26, 2020 The latest album released during Fall 2018 by Twenty One Pilots, Trench, has broken sales records of their extremely famous album, Blurryface. It was released by the famous duo to vaguely talk about insecurity, but also to put out groovy beats. Tyler Joseph, the group’s singer, says that the Trench … More Trench: An Album That Millions Could Relate To