opinion

Year of Olympiad

Yvonne Bertovich editorial editor     As the summer months  approach, the glorified indicators of half of a year concluded, hardships the globe has already been forced to endure are easily conceived.    Barren, war torn lands smeared with poverty and depression are far more evident in number than can be simply stressed; their civilians left mourning the loss of loved ones, and their children left … Continue reading

opinion

EDITORIAL: America’s elastic waistband expands

“Oh overweight, curvaceous thighs, for growing fast food chains, for greasy burger tragedies, above the fruitless plate! America, America, we spread much butter on thee! And fill they cup with soda-pop, from sea to whining sea.” America the beautiful is gaining weight. Everywhere across the nation, scales are being maxed-out, buttons are popping off dress-shirts, and zippers are gaping. It’s no secret that this country is packing on the … Continue reading