Category: Opinion

  • 10 Makeup Products That Are Worth The Hype

    10 Makeup Products That Are Worth The Hype

    By: Reina Escobar I have been interested in makeup ever since I was in sixth grade. Since then, I have spent a lot of money and tried many different products that have been popularized by social media. Some of the products I bought, such as the Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil and Laura Mercier Translucent […]

  • Val’s Comic Corner

    Val’s Comic Corner

  • Top 10 Most Overrated Makeup Products

    Top 10 Most Overrated Makeup Products

    By: Reina Escobar As someone who loves wasting their money on makeup, I have tried many different products. Many of these products I saw on Tik Tok, Instagram and Pinterest. Some of these products end up being my all-time favorites such as the Clarins Lip Comfort Oil and the Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Blush. However, […]

  • Will the Digital Age “Gigabyte” Museums away?

    Will the Digital Age “Gigabyte” Museums away?

    By: Katherine Medina We live in a time where photo galleries are quite possibly more relevant than art galleries. To many, a screenshot from virtual tours holds as much value as the artifact itself. Given that the value of a postable screenshot is measured in likes, the epitome of true fine art stems from the […]

  • Is Menstrual Activism Even Effective?

    Is Menstrual Activism Even Effective?

    By: Reina Escobar Menstrual activism- you’ve probably seen it. Maybe you’ve seen it on Instagram or Tik Tok. In short, menstrual activism is the movement of destigmatizing menstrual cycles and making menstruation easier for people. You may see it from people painting with their menstrual blood to people protesting against the high prices of feminine […]

  • Val’s Comic Corner

    Val’s Comic Corner

    Lack of motivation.

  • Val’s Comic Corner

    Val’s Comic Corner

    Deforestation is contributing to global warming, which is melting the ice in Antarctica and endangering animals.

  • Is “Racism By Association” Reaching?

    Is “Racism By Association” Reaching?

    By: Reina Escobar As someone surrounded by many privileged people, I have heard questionable, ignorant things fly out of their mouths. For example, once one of my white friends made a joke about black history month. As a person of color, who does not let that slide, I told him that it was not appropriate […]

  • Val’s Comic Corner

    Val’s Comic Corner

  • Let’s Talk About Performative Activists

    Let’s Talk About Performative Activists

    By: Reina Escobar As humans, it is normal for us to feel good when we do something that we believe is admirable. We naturally might expect some sort of praise. Maybe, you cleaned the house or you made honor roll. None of these are super serious, but these are actually things you should be proud […]