Monthly Archive: June, 2019

A Study of Huckleberry Finn: Are Self-reliance and Mutual-reliance Mutually Exclusive?

By Micalyia Douglas Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, first published in 1884, has been praised and criticized for varying reasons. This novel has been the center of many debates, one of… Continue reading

You Can Make a Difference: My First Speech Experience

By Jaritza Dejesus I was another day closer to graduation. My G.P.A was looking good. I wasn’t behind in any of my classes, feeling so at ease. I could literally already visualize my… Continue reading

Get Out – A Satirical Horror Masterpiece

By Jordan Jackson The seemingly harmless stirring of a teacup held a fate that one wouldn’t even imagine. Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) sits in his in-laws’ house searching for memories of the day his… Continue reading

Equality: From Dreaming to Demanding

By Johann Smith As conscious beings we observe our surroundings, reminisce about the past, and anticipate the future. Culture is our form of expression that encompasses everything from language to the arts. The… Continue reading

Profile of a High School Social Worker

By Cynthia Caraballo Gary Cesca, a social worker for Manchester High School, is always presented with different types of issues to face, whether with students or other colleagues. My first session with him… Continue reading

Light vs. Dark: “The Resurrection” by Anthony Vandyke

By Kirk Ahenkorah The resurrection of Christ is a central doctrine in Christianity. It is believed that after the painful and gruesome crucifixion of Jesus Christ, he was buried in a cave behind… Continue reading