Apple Music’s Matriarchs of Media

Apple Music is celebrating this month with a featured “Black History Month” category, which will have a different theme every week.

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American History Does Not Exist Without Black History

Black history is intertwined with American history, so why are we only learning about black history once a year?

Destiny Munoz

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Destiny Munoz Edition

Destiny Munoz hopes to use her Sociology degree to craft an updated approach for how law enforcement can better serve communities.

Alexander Jelloian

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Alexander Jelloian Edition

Whittier College prepared Alexander Jelloian to study “Political Economy of Late Development” at the renowned London School of Economics.

Andrew Gallegos

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Andrew Gallegos Edition

Andrew Gallegos’s senior project combines his passion for language and marketing, to demonstrate inclusive marketing for East Asian airlines.

Abby Salmon

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Abby Salmon Edition

Abby Salmon is excited by challenge of math and was thrilled by the opportunity to combine it with her other passion of sports through WSP.

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Resting Up, Absorbing Murder Mysteries, the Usual

Over break, I binge-watched every single episode of Buzzfeed Unsolved and I’ll rank my top 10 episodes, both from True Crime and Paranormal.

A man, Brandon Bernard, holding a picture of him and several others.

What Happened to the “Reform” Aspect of Imprisonment?

Brandon Bernard was committed to transforming himself into a better man than he was before behind bars. Yet, the death penalty ended that.

Andrew Williams

Senior Spotlight: Andrew Williams Edition

Williams is a WSP major who “fell in love with water and how it interacts with the environment, politics, and economics.”

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Artificial Intelligence Capitalizes on Women’s Subjugation

Sometimes technological advancements aren’t as great as they seem, especially when it dehumanizes K-Pop artists.