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Jessica Nocera

Undergraduate at the University of Maryland, College Park

College is like a Pizza Pie

One person once told me that high school is like a pizza pie. Well, the same goes for college, expect that there are more life lessons. So how does college relate to a pizza pie? Here’s some simple math: 8…

0 Comments / 136 View / March 31, 2015

Tear It Down: SAE fraternity closed at The University of Oklahoma

The University of Oklahoma closed its Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) chapter after a racist chant led to widespread condemnation. Alleged members of the fraternity SAE are featured on a 10-second video engaging in racist chants. Upon hearing about this video,…

0 Comments / 91 View / March 11, 2015

From a respected journalist to being accused of a scandal

Brian Williams. One of America’s most well known television anchors and most trusted journalist. Well he was. These past few weeks have been rough for Brian Williams. Earlier this month Williams admitted to falsely reporting a story that he was…

0 Comments / 78 View / February 25, 2015

Chipotle and College Students, An Inseparable Bond That Cannot be Broken

“White rice, vegetables, chicken, mild salsa, cheese, lettuce and guac.” Ask any college student and there’s a good chance that if they are a Chipotle customer, that they too can recite their order on the spot, anytime; anywhere. What’s the…

0 Comments / 1726 View / January 30, 2015

Was ‘The Interview’ the Stupid Funny film of 2014?

Stupid Funny: the best words to describe Sony Pictures most recent release, The Interview.  The film focuses on the plot to “take out” North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. From the opening scene, one will be able to tell that nothing…

0 Comments / 184 View / January 9, 2015

Paris Magazine Office Attacked And This Isn’t the First Time.

At least 12 people have been killed today after three masked gunmen attacked the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo building in Paris. As many as five people were left in critical condition. The gunmen had entered the office around midday,…

0 Comments / 83 View / January 7, 2015

The 12 Events that Shaped 2014

[section_title title=First page title] As 2014 comes to a close, it is crucial to review 12 of the most historical or most talked about events to have occurred throughout the year; one from each month. January 2014: Protests in Ukraine…

0 Comments / 405 View / December 25, 2014

The Lost Holiday Spirit in College

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Holiday spirits are running at an ultimate high as Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanza quickly approach. However, for college students, looking forward to the holidays isn’t quite as enjoyable as when they were…

0 Comments / 82 View / December 11, 2014

Rape: One of the Most Terrifying Words of the Human Language

No one wants to hear the phrase “I was raped,” or “I know someone who was raped,” come out of their mouths because no one wants to be another victim.  Rape truly has become an epidemic across this country that…

0 Comments / 2406 View / November 25, 2014

Commemorating Yesterday’s 25 Year Anniversary of the Fall of the Wall

25 years ago on Nov. 9, 1989, the barrier separating East from West Berlin was torn down for good. The Berlin Wall was constructed in August 1961 in an attempt to stop Germans from fleeing the communist rooted in East…

0 Comments / 87 View / November 10, 2014