Sunday, May 16, 2021

Richard Miller

Heat, overcrowding makes summer overrated

As we approach the end of August and the back-to-school season is upon us, we see the end of what I believe to be the most overrated season of the year ?— summer.

Students should appreciate historic monuments

On April 15, a massive fire broke out beneath the roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. By the time the fire had been completely put out, which was 15 hours after it began, the building’s spire and most of its roof was destroyed

Deephers support cystic fibrosis research

The Brower Student Center Room 100 was filled to the brim with excitement, laughter and suspenseful energy as the audience awaited an answer to an annual question – who would be this year’s Deepher Dude?

Addicts deserve forgiving support system

“Either you are calling me crazy or the bravest woman you know,” said talk-show host Wendy Williams after admitting on her show on March 19 that she is seeking treatment for addiction.

Concert supports College’s substantiality efforts

Music is one of the most powerful mediums people can use to send their messages to the public, and the College’s Wind Ensemble endeavored to accomplish just that. On Friday, March 8, the ensemble, led by Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands Eric Laparde

Drag culture in media fosters acceptance

“Don’t be a drag just be a queen” — these iconic lyrics from Lady Gaga’s hit single “Born This Way” hint at the importance of drag in promoting positivity and acceptance.

‘Bachelor’ series sensitive of rape victims

Although reality television is quite infamous for being scripted and calculated, one show appears to have finally decided to go way off-script. “The Bachelor,” a long-running ABC rating juggernaut

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