Sonya Clark: Textile Art and America’s Racial History

Saturday, March 27, 2021

By: Ava Gonzalez Photos: Lee Stalsworth, Ava Gonzalez, Sonya Clark “In honor of Women’s History Month, Marymount’s Office of Ministry and Spiritual Life sponsored a trip to the…

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The Allure of Charcuterie

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

By: Macy Pope Photos: Macy Pope “I open up Pinterest for the thirtieth time this week, scrolling through the endless feed of aesthetically pleasing posts that make me embarrassed…

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WandaVision: Disney’s New Powerhouse

Saturday, March 13, 2021

By: Ava Gonzalez   Photos: Pixabay, Wikimedia “After premiering on January 15th, WandaVision is the latest hit addition to Marvel’s growing  catalogue of TV and movies.”

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Students from different Universities share what they are doing with their free time

Thursday, February 11, 2021

By: Connor Reed Photos: Pixabay “Some students claim to have more down time than in the past, and seek to find new ways of challenging themselves.”

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Is Media Literacy The Way To Our Digital Well-being?

Saturday, October 24, 2020

By Raghad Alghamdi Photo Credit: Photo by cottonbro from Pexels Media in general is a term that describes the action of delivering a message whether it was through twitter, snapchat, movies, or…

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The Rundown on NCS and What it Means For You!

Monday, October 5, 2020

By: Joanna Fitzpatrick   Free? Is that even a thing anymore? Well, through Neighborhood and Community Services, free is a word that is used often. For those looking for…

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Women in The Workplace; The Struggle is Real

Monday, October 5, 2020

By: Sarah Madanat  Photo Credit: Photo by Keren Levand on Unsplash   Skimming through news articles and media content of globally recognized organizations, newspapers and media outlets, inequality women face…

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What to do during a quarantine?

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

By: Emily Peters Photo Credit: Photo by Joshua Rawson-Harris on Unsplash To think back to February when everything seemed so normal, hearing stories from China about how a new…

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Which values will you pass to future generations?

Friday, July 24, 2020

By Magdalena Trabinska Photo Credit: Photo by Sergiu Vălenaș on Unsplash We live in a world that constantly changes. New military conflicts, natural catastrophes, economic crises, ethnic or religious…

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You can live in the D.C. Metropolitan Area: But at What Cost?

Friday, July 24, 2020

By: Abigail Vázquez Rosario Being the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. is full of restaurants, attractions, cultural centers, museums, performing arts centers, and nightlife. For this reason, due to…

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