BY DEREK WOLFE
Death is messy and difficult. Sometimes, most of the time maybe, it just doesn’t make sense — the mind cannot comprehend it.
BY MELISSA SCHOLKE
You may wander and turn down the wrong path with no way to erase your steps. You, actually, may make numerous wrong turns. But, the skills and the knowledge you uncover along the way will aid you in creating a new path.
BY AARICA MARSH
In the end, how can any celebration of art, no matter how pretentious, really be that bad?
BY ANNA POLUMBO-LEVY
When it comes down to it, artists and actors are no different from the store owners that you buy merchandise from. Artists, as anyone else, deserve to be paid fairly.
BY ELIJAH SPARKMAN
I’m sure there is much to think about here, from plenty of vantage points, but it was one of the rare moments this weekend when I didn’t.
BY RABAB JAFRI
Too often we are stuck in this idea that only foreign terrorism or Islamic terrorism are what Americans should be afraid of, but the rise of this racial climate starting in our own backyards is completely ignored. If this had been a person of color, they would have been called a thug or a terrorist in a second.
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