Allison Camp College students go to a university in order to become more successful and make more money. For some college students, both cannot happen at the same time while they are still in school. For a lot of majors to be successful, students must complete at least one internship-many of which are not paid… Continue reading The wrath of unpaid internships
Identity politics addresses some problems, but reinforces others Jacob Foote If you ask the average American what it means to be a part of the left-wing, you will receive a myriad of answers - to vote Democrat, to not vote at all, or to throw bricks through Starbucks’ windows. But the majority will be… Continue reading Whose struggle is it, anyways?
Thomas Sirianno After Brian Gionta was not resigned by the Sabres in free agency, the captaincy became available. Now, the newest Sabre captain still has not been announced. Last season, Ryan O’Reilly and Josh Gorges were the assistant captains, along with Kyle Okposo having the “A” on his jersey for select games. The Sabres… Continue reading Captain who?
Chloe Steinig October is just around the corner, and that means the scariest day of the year, Halloween, is too. With the holiday approaching, there are a bunch of upcoming films to get one in the spooky spirit. From origin stories of favorite monsters to ones coming back up to terrorize again, there is… Continue reading Fright nights: October in Film
Shaina Pumputis ORCHARD PARK N.Y. - Walking around the outside of New Era Field is like driving through a safari. All around the parking lot there are drinking games keeping the energy alive, people chanting, singing and grilling. Tables are set up all over the place with people crowded around them doing one game or… Continue reading Bills tailgating: a sight to see from within
Allison Camp NEW YORK, NY - This past week, Climate Week took place in New York City where the sole focus was climate change. The UN General Assembly brings together international leaders to discuss what actions need to be taken and how they are trying to make their community a cleaner one. Climate week has… Continue reading Climate week in New York City
Malika-Budur Kalila Last month, a clash between government security forces and Rohingya mil- itants took place in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. According to the Washington Post, this incident caused more than 420,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh because the state had started a military campaign against Rohingya. The New York Times reported that… Continue reading Humanitarian crisis in Myanmar
Aronofsky’s polarizing thriller leaves audiences disturbed Michaela McGrath One of the most divisive movies of the year is Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!” The film stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a husband and wife whose home and lives are invaded by unwelcome house guests. The result is one of the most deranged studio releases in… Continue reading Mother! Review
Shaina Pumputis NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - Pints for Progress is an event held a few times a year in Niagara Falls where people from the community can come and pitch an idea or plan to better the Niagara Falls area. An admission fee of $5 for rst time attendees and $10 for returners is what… Continue reading Niagara students attend 22nd annual Pints for Progress
Vanessa Arieno Niagara University’s cheerleading team has recently gained their third pair of coaches in three years and while they are new to coaching they are not new to NU. Coaches Sabree Gamel and Sara Gromek are NU graduates of 2012 and former NU cheerleaders who are back and ready to rebuild the purple… Continue reading Purple Pride Back in NU Cheer