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Invincible’s Power Is Not His Toughness
College Reporting

MAEL QUENTIN | October 20, 2021

Spoiler warning for “Invincible.”

I was initially apprehensive about watching “Invincible.” Beyond the now-famous memes and the gratuitous imagery, I wasn’t very interested in the show. Nevertheless,…

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What Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Tells Us About the Nigerian Queer Community
College Reporting

ANENWOJO OMAGU | October 18, 2021

A few months ago, a viral TikTok trend showed multiple American queer creators making videos about what they considered to be their biggest flex — the number of countries they were “illegal” in.

Not…

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‘Between the Bars’ Is a Breakout in the Conversation of Prison Reform
College Reporting

LAURA PEREIRA | October 15, 2021

“Where ever can one go to breathe? I search my memories bare. Perhaps I’ve missed an element which, combined would create air.” Following this commanding introduction ensued a pivotal performance…

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Mommy Has Cancer, Not a Cold
College Reporting

Jake Eraca | October 6, 2021

Let’s be blunt: Mom wasn’t feeling well. Sitting us down on the couch, I will never forget those fateful words —“I have cancer.” My initial reaction was shock, followed by a veritable tidal wave…

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Revitalizing a Family Tofu Business: Fong On Caters to a New Generation
College Reporting

JOE KOTTKE | October 5, 2021

There are many challenges to starting a family business, but there are even more when inheriting one. 

Paul Eng is the successor to Chinatown’s oldest family-owned tofu shop, Fong On. The store was…

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Labor Organizers Shine During May Day Protests
College Reporting

AIDAN LANE | June 3, 2021

It didn’t feel like a spring morning on May 1 with the cold air and high winds gripping New York City. However, a thawing passion was swelling among New Yorkers, as a group of protesters trickled out…

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Hell’s Kitchen Free Store Is Priceless
College Reporting

MADELINE KATZ | June 3, 2021

They say nothing in life is free, but clearly, they have never been to Hell’s Kitchen Free Store.

Nestled in a vacant storefront on 45th Street and Ninth Avenue lies the Free Store. Playful designs…

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