By Abigail Balderson FROM a young age girls are taught to cross your legs, sit up straight, cover yourself up. All to be ladylike. We’re told that when a boy is mean to you that it is because they like you. We’re told to be nice when faced with unwanted advances. We’re told that “boys will be boys.” This way of thinking and excuses perpetuate … Continue reading Why in this society are women blamed for their assaults? | Opinion
By Nathan Leakway A WORD on Campus published by The Spartan at the beginning of October surveyed YCP students’ engagement with local politics in light of the senatorial and gubernatorial elections on November 8. While some students expressed interest in a few key issues (abortion, the environment), many of the responses hinted at an undercurrent of apathy and disinterest among the YCP community. “I don’t … Continue reading Election Day is Nov. 8 – this is no time to be apathetic | Opinion
By Karisma Boyd February, known as Black History Month, is a month that is supposed to celebrate and recognize African Americans who contributed to American history. Its purpose is to uplift Black life as well as educate them as well as other races. In the usual celebratory fashion, organizations hold seminars or discourse on black education and history in addition to events, fundraisers and more. … Continue reading Black History Month at YCP needs to be more than a one-night stand
By Karisma Boyd OVER the past two years, viewers across the country have been tuning in every Sunday night on HBO Max to get another fix of the purple ambient lights and glitter plastered across their chosen device. After a short scene introducing the episode, the word “Euphoria” flashes and as a viewer you are now stuck to your screen, fixated on what chaotic plots … Continue reading Is the popular HBO series ‘Euphoria’ causing dysphoria among viewers?
By Andrew Reever Quarter by quarter, play by play, Super Bowl 56. A battle, an opportunity for one of these two quarterbacks to capture their first Super Bowl title and to win one of the biggest games in America on Sunday night. Will the young gun, Joe Burrow, be the new legacy and face of the franchise, Or will it be Matthew Stafford, the “sensei’’ … Continue reading It’s the young gun vs. the old dog: Who has the most Super Bowl tricks up their sleeve?