Hagerty Journalism Online

Charcasm is a reoccurring column where Online Editor Charlotte Mansur dishes out controversial opinions.

Charcasm: Sonic

Charlotte Mansur, Online Editor | March 13, 2021

Long gone are the days of quarantine where we spent perfecting our sourdough starters and testing the best banana bread recipes. We have hit a stage where trying out the newest food trend seems like too...

While still a divisive political topic, the problem of climate change is one more and more people are willing to tackle once presented with the evidence.

The weather up there

Gabriella Herrera, Staff Reporter | March 9, 2021

29 million without boiling water. 4 million without power. Over 70 dead.  The winter weather that crippled Texas in early February was not just a local story, but part of a disturbing trend of weather...

An inconsistent invasion

An inconsistent invasion

Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | March 9, 2021

Hundreds of shounen stories, a genre of Japanese comics and animated films aimed primarily at a young male audience, are released each year. Each one is characterized by its action-filled plot. With respectable...

Laura Shaw's column is a recurring column where she discusses her view of political matters and events both locally and nationally.

Biden’s broken promises

Laura Shaw, Politics Editor | March 5, 2021

Despite heavy support for Biden leading up to the election, many are quick to criticize his presidency, but with good reason. Although there are many things to be grateful for with this new administration,...

Fired Up!

Fired Up!

Zoey Young, Editor-in-Chief | February 16, 2021

Once filled with crowds of vendors selling jiaozi and families gathered to enjoy  parades, popular city streets in China are virtually void of visitors. The holiday is a chance for those who work in the...

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