Tag: editorial

Opinion: Why I’m giving ‘Gotham’ a second chance

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It goes without saying that comic book adaptations have become a fairly common. Between “Daredevil,” “The Flash,” and even the upcoming “Suicide Squad,” they have taken over almost every entertainment medium. I don’t think I am alone in my belief that the freshman season of “Gotham” missed the mark by a considerable degree.   As… Read More

Subaru, a Case Study For Car Makers: “Love” Versus Performance

For advertising to achieve its desired effect on the bite-sized attention spans that society has developed, advertisers and companies must pay close attention to the needs of consumers.   Car manufacturer Subaru taps into family values, particularly safety, in their “LOVE” campaign. The tagline that follows each 30 second spot spells out the feeling that… Read More

Putin’s Words and Thoughts on Crimea

“Today based on the Crimean referendum, and the will of the people, I introduce to the federal assembly of Russia, and ask them to examine, a bill about admitting two new regions into Russia: Crimea, and the city of Sevastopol. Don’t believe those who intimidate you with Russia, [who] shout that other areas will follow… Read More

Editorial: WomenWerk Celebrates International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global celebration that occurs yearly on March 8. Launched in the early 1900s, IWD was created to educate, empower and galvanize women into action. Back then, the day was set aside to campaign for women’s right to vote, to be educated, to work, to hold public offices and end… Read More

Editorial: Welcome to the Dawning (and Yawning) of March Madness

March Madness officially began last Friday night, as one team claimed the first of 68 slots for college basketball’s post-season’s tournament. The ticket was not rewarded to one of the sport’s legacy-laden, blue-blood (or Kentucky bluegrass or Carolina blue) programs. It was snatched by the hard-court Crimson Kings of Harvard (insert library joke here).  … Read More

Editorial: Flying Doctors Nigeria, The First Air Ambulance Service In West Africa

Flying Doctors Nigeria is an air ambulance service in Lagos, Nigeria. Dr. Ola Orekunrin, born to Nigerian parents in England and raised by Caucasian foster parents in Lowestoft, England, founded the service in 2010.   At the young age of 21, Orekunrin made history by becoming one of the youngest medical doctors in England. According… Read More

17-Year-Old Electronic Dance Music DJ, Martin Garrix


In the world of Electronic Dance Music (EDM), DJs are almost god-like. There are DJs who have been at this practice their whole lives with small to large recognition. Now, there are young teenagers who are making a name for themselves in this genre of music and taking over.   Martin Garrix is one of these youthful, musically… Read More