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“Grounded in Hard Work”: Blue Collar Coffee Review

Walking into Blue Collar Coffee, you are greeted by a warm embrace of comfort and welcomeness, and the air filled with the aroma of freshly ground espresso beans and gently warming pastries. With “coffee with character for hardworking people,” Blue Collar delivers quite simply the

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Feminist Generations: A Collective Narrative

In an interview with the Round Table on Feb. 4, Professor Michael Dango shared details regarding the curation of the ongoing “Feminist Generations” exhibit. The exhibit, housed in the Wright Museum of Art, features a collection of photographs taken by New York photographer Donna Ferrato.

Everything Emmys

The Emmys were held September 12, 2022. This writer has compiled all the deets for you right here: Ted Lasso won for Outstanding Comedy Series, beating Barry (which is not really a comedy) and Abbott Elementary (justice has not been served).Jason Sudekis also won Outstanding

Paddington 2

Paddington 2 stood alone with a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes for 4 years before one lone negative review by a sad, sad person took it off its mantle. Wes Anderson looks over at Paddington 2’s test and copies its aesthetic. The Marvel Cinematic Universe stands

Better Call Saul: The Interpersonal

If you haven’t seen the entirety of Better Call Saul yet, there will be spoilers. I would recommend you take a week off and binge the whole thing. It’s more than a prequel centered around the comic relief of its predecessor, Breaking Bad. In many

Preserving Fresh Foods for the Struggling Student

It can be challenging as a college student trying to eat healthily, most of the time whatever is being served on campus is what you get. Though if you’re an avid celery stick snacker or enjoy cooking meals for yourself with fresh ingredients, how are

The Demise of Hammies

It’s spring 2022. Hammie’s breakfast is thriving and the lunchtime rush has the Powerhouse packed. Laughter and joy echo throughout the building. Life is good.  Flash forward to present day and the once lively dining area adjacent to Hammie’s is now a ghost town. Empty

Life in Today’s Russia

B войну играют политики а страдает простой народ.  Politicians play war and ordinary people suffer.  Russian Proverb  This quote is a reality of lives being lived by so called ‘ordinary people’ all over Eastern Europe. On Thursday, February 24, 2022 The Russian Federation invaded Ukraine,

Railroad Workers’ Strike Threatens US Economy

For literally centuries, people who work in the railroad industry have been subject to lousy pay and unfair work agreements. Railroad worker strikes happen all the time but a recent one, which officially ignited in September of 2022 is gaining more coverage than most. Although