BY: Evan Coyle Few celebrities have been more superior than Chris Rock at exposing some of the problems with civil rights in America. Rock is a world renowned stand-up who has amassed support for his style of conveying political and philosophical observations through comedy. Rock wasted little time digging his heels into civil rights issues. The comedian started the show by joking about police … Continue reading Chris Rock is funny for forty minutes
BY: Nicholas Russo It goes without saying that the average college student has a lot on their plate, balancing an ever-increasing load of coursework with a job, extracurricular activities, and time to themselves. With so many resources devoted to supporting a budding career path and constant information put forth by their respective departments, it’s understandable why many find themselves ignorant of the developments concerning … Continue reading Administrative transparency: how much are students in the know?
BY: Himdeep Singh For a long time, I have been somewhat obsessed with the topic of happiness. I learned about different philosophies and their effect on how one views happiness. So, is happiness something you pursue? Or is it a byproduct of success? I always see happiness and success as a separate entity from one another. The society focuses on chasing superiority and finding happiness … Continue reading Project Happiness vs. Project Superiority