Muslim rights obstructed in the land of the free

VIEWPOINT

March 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

Racism has- unfortunately- always been a part of American society. The country has fought drastically to halt oppression in its tracks, but recent events highlight that US citizens may not be as free and liberated as they are...

How to degrade women 101

ALEXIS LYTTLE, Columnist

March 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

If you have a twitter, chances are you’ve seen the Meninist account. The tweets are directly aimed at the exploitation of men and how unfairly they’re treated compared to women. They can be especially funny if you’re a misogynisti...

India bans rape interview

ALLI HELEWICZ, Columnist

March 20, 2015

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Women should be silenced. Women should be taught a lesson or two. Women have no business walking around at night by themselves. These are the thoughts inside the mind of a rapist, a sick, deranged human being with no respect for...

You’re an idiot: Parking Edition

EMMA BECK, Columnist

March 20, 2015

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    If you drive like an idiot I have an idea for you- ride the bus. You know that big yellow thing. I’ll draw you a picture if that’s helpful. You know who you are. And I’m not talking about being close to the lin...

Bromwell seeks change for BWI slots

VIEWPOINT

March 20, 2015

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For the past six years, it has been proposed that there be slot machines added to an already crowded Baltimore-Washington International Airport. With the upcoming vote for this plan, there seems to be faith for the committee in...

Role models, not runway models

VIEWPOINT

March 20, 2015

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     Actress Jamie Brewer became the first model with Down Syndrome to walk at the New York Fashion Week. Brewer not only made history but took a giant step for women with Down Syndrome and even plus size models who don’t have the ...

Take a ride on the wildside

COURTNEY SEWELL, Columnist

March 20, 2015

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Everybody is always talking about foreign countries, whether it is about politics, travel, economy, etc. They want to visit European countries for the strong history and tasteful foods;  they want to visit Canada for winter sports,...

Kanye West storms the stage pt. 2

VIEWPOINT

March 20, 2015

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During the VMA awards in 2009, recording artist Kanye West stormed onstage during Taylor Swift’s “Best Female Video” acceptance speech. During his stage invasion, he drunkenly ranted, “Taylor, I'm really happy for you,...

Don’t hate me for doing my job

BETH JOHNSON, Columnist

March 20, 2015

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Hi, I am Beth Johnson and I am a reporter and section editor for the Cry of the Hawk newspaper. I am an aspiring journalist and I take my job seriously. I have taken three years of journalism. Though I do not know everything ab...

Size seizes retail clothing

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Shopping is one of the most liberating experiences a teenage girl can experience. After hoarding cash for a solid month, shoppers deserve to go out and spend a little. Finding the perfect outfit to blow 30 bucks on is always a...

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