Friday, July 30, 2021

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With the world becoming more and more digital, apps and devices are becoming more readily available to digitize things and make everything available online. While I still love the good old pen and paper, there are just so many cool and interesting applications and programs to streamline organization and make everything more compact (which I'm sure no one would...
The act of protesting is not a new idea. Neither is the act of athletes using their platforms to voice their political opinions. However, we live in a very divided and unaligned America where seemingly everything is partisan now. Following a Georgia voting law and the death of a young black girl, that "everything" now includes sports. MLB Georgia Background In early...
In spring 2020, the Jesuit Food Justice Initiative was established. Their goal: using the excess food prepared by Jesuit’s food service vendor Sage to create meals for those in need.  How does it work? Every day, members of the Ignatian Service Corps or employees of SAGE package that day’s excess food into to-go meals to donate to various agencies. The program...
On Friday April 9th, during all lunch periods, a sourdough starter will be available for pick-up with a recipe to make sourdough bread. Sage spent the last month creating "Blessed Sourdough Starters" for every teacher as a sign of thanks for their hard work. Foodservice director Vinnie Tellini explained that Sage "has been growing our very own sourdough starter for...
In 2017, DC cursed the world with the disaster project Justice League, a film so awful that it took four years to fix. I was originally skeptical about a "Snyder Cut". I thought it was non-existent. In my mind, even if the film existed, it would a dumpster fire. However, my initial reactions to some odd trailers and a...
Even in an odd year, the NBA trade deadline delivered on the excitement it usually promises. At 2 PM CST, the league office closed down all trading of assets for the rest of the year. The day started slow, but the late morning and afternoon were full of league-shaking moves in what was basically the eleventh hour. Despite all these...
“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” -Charlotte Brontë "Women are the real architects of society."  -Cher International Women's Day just passed us a couple of weeks on March 8, and oddly enough some companies and larger organizations sparked some controversy. On the day where we celebrate women's political,...
California governor Gavin Newsom has received substantial backlash this past year for what many people consider poor management of the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, nearly 2 million Californians want to recall Newsom from his position, and the petition has already passed the required 1.5 million mark to put the process into motion. But did his handling of the Pandemic kick this...

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