Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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The new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules have been in place for a while now, and they've had major ripple effects across the college sports landscape. For those who aren't familiar with the new rules, they permit college athletes to benefit off their name, image, and likeness (basically, it lets them make money). That offers those athletes with...
13Between 2001 and 2021, the United States government has accumulated over 2 Trillion Dollars of debt to fund the war in Afghanistan. According to experts, the interest payments on such debts will surely top over 6.5 Trillion. Just this year alone, 3 billion taxpayer dollars have been allocated to a seemingly lost cause in Afghanistan. The reality of it...
Over the last couple of weeks, COVID- 19 cases have soared nationwide and in Texas. Dallas County currently has a 13.26% positivity rate. Meaning every COVID-19 test administrated 13.26% come back positive. Compared to early in the year we saw Dallas County at Positivity levels of 3-4 percent.The new COVID-19 cases lead to the mask mandate announcement. On Monday,...
Drake. I saw the name and I'm sure your mind comes up with images of the Billboard Hot 100, the Toronto Raptors, and probably Toronto's CN Tower. Over the course of his 12-year long career, the Boy has mastered the art of making pop-rap hits and is arguably one of the figures most responsible for the rise of rap...
In May of this year, California's Recall Governor Newsom effort hit its required votes. The legal process is launching and over forty candidates race to the podium. From radio-host Larry Elder (R) and former San Diego governor Kevin Faulkner (R) to self-proclaimed moderates like trans-activist Katelyn Jenner (R) and YouTube financial advisor Kevin Paffrath (D), some faces stand out.The...
"Donde esta Donda?" and "Did it drop?" were two of the questions I heard the most over the course of the past month (both of which were often followed by laughs). Granted, I did not help myself by posting incessant updates like I was an insider about the album on my Instagram story. Those questions all came to a...
Mr. Ian Berry '05, a current English teacher, has been a creative and dynamic presence throughout his time at Jesuit. Whether he's in the English commons talking to students or watching Arsenal lose, he lives his life with love, compassion, and kindness, seen subtly through his humor and wit.First, as a student at Jesuit, Mr. Berry found a love...
With popular movies, games, and shows like Army of the Dead, Resident Evil, or The Walking Dead there is currently no shortage of zombie media in 2021. With such an over saturation, it is hard for a zombie film to be fresh and novel. This is where Train to Busan comes in and adds a fresh look on the zombie formula. Plot The...

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