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Closure

Closure

Ana Medina, Staff Writer
February 17, 2017
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

“My name is Basilio Medina. I am 50 years old. I am a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” I closed my watering eyes and turned away from the TV screen as I realized that was the first time I heard his voice in nearly five years. The last time I heard that sweet, calming voice was in the parkin...

Normal

Normal

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
January 30, 2017
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

How do you explain what has always been your “normal?”

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Personal Column: Hijab and me

Personal Column: Hijab and me

Meherina Khan, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 16, 2017
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

Looking through the pages of old photo albums, I’m fascinated by how little I’ve changed. My face is still as chubby as it’s been since I was an infant, and I still have little glasses perched on the bridge of my nose. But as I run my fingers over the photographs, I am instantly comforted...

Conquering the concrete jungle

Maria Cadavid, Staff Writer
January 13, 2017
Filed under Voice

My backpack, a metrocard, and a friendly warm southern smile are all I had with me when I arrived to the ‘Big Apple’. Just a warning, there is no giant apple in the middle of the city, do not be fooled the way I was. Ever since I can remember, I knew there was something about New York City that felt...

Wait, what?

Wait, what?

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
December 9, 2016
Filed under Cartoons, Voice

Donald Trump’s triumph, the death of the modern two-party system, and more

Donald Trump’s triumph, the death of the modern two-party system, and more

Samuel Teas, Features Editor
December 8, 2016
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

On Wednesday, Nov. 9th, I awoke hoping for a miracle. I didn’t get one. Election results summed up everything that the election had been about: upsets, fear, and the unexpected. Most polls were wrong. The New York Times, which had just a few days earlier given Hillary Clinton a 91 percent ch...

America can’t keep fighting gun violence with more guns

America can’t keep fighting gun violence with more guns

Samuel Teas, Features Editor
June 13, 2016
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

After the largest mass shooting in U.S. history took place Sunday in a gay nightclub in Florida, America experienced the same shock seen after countless incidents of the same type in recent years; Aurora, Newtown, Colorado Springs, San Bernardino, and now Orlando to name a few. These are the mass...

Sins of Hollywood

Sins of Hollywood

Joanne Chavali, News editor
March 16, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Voice

Last February, the issues surrounding the diversity of Academy Awards exploded. These problems plagued the Awards for decades, but snubbing Will Smith of a nomination for the movie Concussion forced many to question how whitewashed Hollywood was. Sure, they came a far way from the first Academy Awar...

Ruth B: Self-made Singer Enters Music World with “Lost Boy” EP

Ruth B: Self-made Singer Enters Music World with “Lost Boy” EP

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
March 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Voice

The combination of soft piano melodies and her simple vocals prevent the songs’ messages from getting lost among the music. With her smooth, melodic voice, Ruth B’s songs could be equally beautiful without any instruments. She brings the narrative songs of Adele and the gentle melodies of Regina Spektor together to create uniquely beautiful songs and messages.

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The Chip Deficiency

Marina Long, Staff Writer
March 1, 2016
Filed under Voice

      As a teenager, there is a certain amount of time that you can go without a little snack. By the time your lunch period comes along, that time is just about up. Waiting in the lunch line, you eye down the rack of any kind of junk food you wish for. There is always the typical meal given, a hambu...

Naptime

Marina Long, staff writer
January 29, 2016
Filed under Voice

       Remember the time you dreaded the hour your teacher would turn the lights off and tell you to take a nap? Yeah, those were the days. You would grab your towel, crawl under some little desk and pretend to fall asleep. You would crack your eyes open just a smidge to see what was going on, even ...

Second Semester Cartoon

Second Semester Cartoon

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
January 15, 2016
Filed under Cartoons, Voice

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