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Children of The Corn by Stephen King Video Essay

November 18, 2020

By: Richard M. Max Mara   Stephen King’s “Children of the Corn” follows a couple on the cusp of divorce that take a trip to California as a last-ditch effort to save their marriage. The trip takes a turn for … Continued

Selfishness: The Root of Emptiness

November 16, 2020

Chris Hewgley Selfishness: The Root of Emptiness The “Devil and Tom Walker” by Washington Irving is a short story about a poor man, Tom Walker, living outside of Boston. Tom is found by the devil and the devil bargains a … Continued

The UNC Fencing Team

October 14, 2020

  Preface: The University of North Carolina is home to nearly 30,000 students and almost 30 division 1 teams. Of these many division 1 teams, the fencing team is one of the more intriguing ones. While the art of the … Continued

Week 8: The Highs and Lows of Online Schooling

October 5, 2020

By Caroline Cochrane 9/28-10/5/2020 This week, we transitioned from September to October, and we surpassed the halfway mark in the semester. Many of us felt the “Midterm Slump” as we juggled classes and their respective tests. This week was full … Continued

Mental Health Days: Helpful Resource or Easy Excuse?

September 16, 2020

Mental health problems, whether clinically diagnosed or not, appear to be on the rise in the United States. Whether this trend is due to a declining societal stigma against mental health, or a result of more mentally taxing careers and … Continued