Articles by: Sabrina McPherson

Tired Of It All, But Won’t Stop Writing About It

February 28, 2014 3:43 pm1,866 comments
Tired Of It All, But Won’t Stop Writing About It

In a recent article written by Maya K. Francis, she reported and gave her opinion on a group of students from Phillipsburg High School in New Jersey. These students were posed in a picture with a doll hung by its neck from the ceiling. The students admitted to this situation claiming that […]

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I’m Sorry, I Can’t Hear You Over How Comfortable My Leggings Are

February 22, 2014 8:00 pm637 comments
Photo by: M I T C H Ǝ L L

  I usually have no problem with whatever people decide to wear. It’s your body, dress it however you want. It’s no one’s business but your own. If you decide to wear booty shorts and a tube top when it’s two degrees outside, then maybe I will voice my opinion, […]

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White Privilege: Racism on MLK Day

January 30, 2014 6:00 pm7,855 comments
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As of this past Martin Luther King Day, Arizona State fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon hosted a MLK party to celebrate one of the greatest men in history, Martin Luther King Jr. To commemorate a hero who dedicated his life to creating equality between people of all colors, this fraternity dressed […]

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The Arc

October 16, 2013 1:41 am10 comments

As this semester comes closer to its end, clubs mark their territories on campus. One club that has already made a significant impact on the music aspect of Arcadia University is The Arc. The Arc is the university’s media broadcasting organization, and is led by President Shana Hartzel. It showcases […]

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