When art is increasingly unaffordable, fewer and fewer people endeavor to even attempt to take up most art forms. Art needs to be more accessible in order to benefit people and society as a whole.
Three years ago, I made the decision to not return to the private college I was attending. I was the unruly teenager who had made it my mission to attend school out […]
If you use social media, you undoubtedly find yourself wasting away hours of your life looped into endless streams of content. The algorithms are ever evolving to keep you hooked on a steady flow of content tailored to your interests.
Over the weekend, domestic terrorists attacked two power stations in Moore County North Carolina. The attacks left 45,000 people and an entire county without power due to suspected extremist ideology.
A reflection on spikes in domestic violence, sexual assault allegations, and workers’ rights abuses during FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
CMP and their parent companies have been siphoning money from Mainers through exorbitant costs for years
Ironically and unsurprisingly, the games played to bring the world together are played in a country full of human rights abuses.
As the cold weather approaches you may find yourself cooped up in your dorm room needing to pass the time. The 1990s sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel Air is a perfect show […]
In the month of November, there’s still a ton of things to do and get ready for. Winter is just around the corner but that doesn’t limit the opportunities to have fun! […]
This November, the Portland ballot will have fourteen referendums. One of the referendums is Question D, which would raise the minimum wage to $18 an hour for restaurant workers, but would get rid of the tip credit.