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Elliot Page, Star of ‘Umbrella Academy’ Comes Out for the Second Time

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After coming out as gay in 2014, The Umbrella Academy’s Elliot Page reintroduces himself as a transgender male. He first came out as trans in an Instagram post on the first of December last year. The picture was an inspirational …

National Honor Society’s Social Justice Forum: Activism Over Zoom

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To kick off the month of May, Edison’s National Honor Society organization put together a weeklong social justice forum. Taking place on Zoom from three to four p.m. these forums featured panelists and were open to any student to join. …

The Youth Vote Will Be Significant in Deciding the Next NYC Mayor!

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Many different ideologies will be clashing this year in New York City. That is because of the upcoming New York City Mayoral Election. A record number of new voters, especially students who recently turned 18, are expected to turn out …

Netflix vs. Networks

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With the countless amount of streaming services, there are so many choices of TV shows to watch anywhere you want on anything you want. Most of these shows come with a countless amount of episodes. Because of the many options, …

Times ‘The Simpsons’ Predicted The Future

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The Simpsons, a long-running spin-off of a short cartoon from The Tracey Ullman Show, has grown into a cultural phenomenon. Based around a family and their crazed adventures, The Simpsons has been a place to find witty humor every week. …

Buckle Up: This Love Triangle Will Make You Call Your Exes

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“Good Days” were on our mind until Olivia Rodrigo came and crashed the party with her “Drivers License.” 

Olivia Rodrigo, best known for her role in the Disney+ Series, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series became an overnight sensation …

Do Political Views Create Tension in Relationships?

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The escalation of political tension on a national level has trickled down to affect people’s relationships.

In spite of all that has happened between 2020 and the start of 2021, it has brought to light many of the issues that …

Redefining the Educational American Dream

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Growing numbers of U.S. colleges are pledging to reopen this fall, with dramatic changes to campus life to keep the coronavirus at bay. Big lectures will be a thing of the past. Dorms will be nowhere near capacity. Students will …

Why Ava DuVernay’s “13th” Is Still Relevant Four Years Later

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Ava DuVernay’s Netflix documentary “13th” highlights the ties between the injustices within the criminal justice system and the United States’ history of slavery and discrimination. The documentary has become a vital part of educating the masses on the crisis of …

I AM NOT A THREAT!

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There has consistently been lifelong hatred towards the black community. Even though we may not experience it as often now, there is still hatred. There are Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests across the country. …