NFL Conference Championship Game Reviews

 Four teams had a chance to get sent into the Super Bowl last Sunday, with only two moving on after the games concluded. But how did the games go in order for us to get to these last two teams, and have a Super Bowl matchup setup for February 11th.             The first game at 3:00 was the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Philadelphia Eagles. Things … Continue reading NFL Conference Championship Game Reviews

Manga vs Comic Books

By: Thomas Horvath Superhero movies are the most popular genre of film currently, but not nearly as many people read the source material. This makes sense, as watching a movie is much simpler and less time-consuming for then reading a full-length book. Comic books have always been a niche and nerdy pastime for people who really love the stories and characters. But then there is … Continue reading Manga vs Comic Books

Otto tackling his future

On November 11th, 2004, Christopher ‘Andre’ Otto was born out of the womb without knowing what his future had in store for him: a division one (D1) college football offensive lineman at Florida State University (FSU). “I’ve stuck to football for most of my life,” explained Otto. “I’ve been playing since first grade.”  However, that long journey since little league football has not been all … Continue reading Otto tackling his future

ChatGPT

With all the advancements in technology over the years, chatbots are nothing new. Chatbots are artificial intelligence (AI) bots capable of being asked questions and replying with information, or websites. Technology such as Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa are all chatbots. There is an emerging chatbot that seems to be growing in popularity, although it doesn’t speak (per se) like Siri or Google Assistant. Rather, … Continue reading ChatGPT

Identity theft

Identity theft is the fraudulent acquisition and use of a person’s identifying information, usually for financial gain. There are different types of identity theft including online, medical, and economic identity theft. Someone committing identity theft can steal and buy things with another person’s credit cards, steal tax refunds, open credit cards, get medical care, and pretend to be another person when arrested.    Taking some extra … Continue reading Identity theft

Ukraine Receives Western Tanks, Potential Effect on War Effort

On Wednesday, several western countries and members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) confirmed that they will be sending Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) to Ukraine. Tanks in the package include Leopard 2 MBTs (German) and M1A1 Abrams MBTs (United States). Sources from CNN familiar with the ongoing American deliberations in Washington stated that the US was preparing to send a package of M1 Abrams … Continue reading Ukraine Receives Western Tanks, Potential Effect on War Effort

Florida rejects African American Studies AP Course, cites Critical Race Theory

(Featured image provided by Paul Hennessy / SOPA Images/Sipa) A little over nine months ago, the Florida Department of Education rejected 41% of submitted math textbooks, citing Critical Race Theory (CRT) as the reason. Now, another educational resource has been dismissed for similar reasons. The College Board, an organization responsible for many standardized tests such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), spent over a decade … Continue reading Florida rejects African American Studies AP Course, cites Critical Race Theory

Recap of the NFL Divisional Round

   The NFL Wild Card round left us excited for more football the next week, and although the games weren’t all as competitive as the Wild Card round. We saw some good games and some very intriguing storylines that will not only be talked about throughout this playoffs but into next season. So let’s take a quick look at each game from this past weekend.        The … Continue reading Recap of the NFL Divisional Round

Titanic’s ‘Door Debate’ will be solved

Many fans of 1997’s Titanic have debated whether or not Jack Dawson (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) could have survived the sinking of the Titanic.  At the end of the movie Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet) and Jack are floating on debris from the shipwreck. Many people think that Jack would have survived had Rose just made room for him. The theory caught so … Continue reading Titanic’s ‘Door Debate’ will be solved

So What’s the Deal With Comedy?

By: Thomas Horvath The world can be pretty tough on everyone, and most people find themselves needing a break. Comedy was created to make light in dark situations. Comedy was a way for people to sit back and laugh at things that were happening around the world. Comedy continued to evolve and became a way for comedians to tell their stories and relate to their … Continue reading So What’s the Deal With Comedy?