MOOR VS. MOOR: Should School Shootings Receive Mass Media Attention?

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief With the increase of online reporting comes the unfortunate reality of newspapers acting quickly in order to have the most read story, oftentimes leading to insensitive coverage. However, this does not mean that we should not cover these tragedies at all. A greater danger and offense is posed if this occurs. Not to cover a

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Surrogate Living Invokes Potential

OLIVIA CHEUNG Editor in Chief While the first few months of each year promises excitement from various awards ceremonies—namely the Oscars, Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild—the awards are, oddly enough, not always the center of attention. What’s highlighted just as, if not more, often are the red carpet appearances. Dior. Gucci. Armani. Naturally, the aforementioned brands aren’t affordable for

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