The Kavanaugh Hearing: Who to Believe

Photo from The Weekly Standard “I am here today not because I want to be: I am terrified.” This is how Dr. Christine Blasey Ford vulnerably opened up her testimony against Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Ford claims that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a house party when she was just 15 years old,…

Holidays of the Week: October 7th- October 13th

Time is always moving. People are always changing. But reasons to celebrate always come around. Let’s dive in to some reasons for you to celebrate in your upcoming week events. October 7th- Simon Cowell’s 58th Birthday Up first on our weekly events is celebrating the birth of the most smart aleck Englishman since Winston Churchill.…

The Case for a Different Kind of Gay Story

  Recently, there have been several movies centered around homosexuality and homosexual relationships that have been great successes. Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins, received critical praise for portraying the difficulties faced by an African-American gay man in a culture that rejects homosexuality. Similarly, Love, Simon was released to both commercial and critical success, as it…

Holidays of the Week (Oct. 1-Oct. 6)

by Aaron Brandenburg Let’s not wait for Halloween to reward ourselves with some celebration. I’ve got 7 more holidays this week to write about. September 30th- U.S “Shockingly” Wins another Gold Metal The 2000 Olympics in Sidney, Australia gave the U.S another opportunity to show of how many good basketball players live in the country.…

Holidays of the Week: Sept. 23-29

by Aaron Brandenburg Another week goes by, another week of holidays begin. Let’s just get right into it. September 23- Dog in Politics Day No matter what your political affiliation, we can all agree the mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota is the cutest mayor of all time. Duke, who just so happens to be a dog,…