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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: We Are All Equal… Just Some More Than Others

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: We Are All Equal… Just Some More Than Others

Max Barton, Tom Tom Staff

April 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Throughout centuries of history—including the Civil War—the 13th Amendment and the Civil Rights Movement, the fight for equality for all races, has been a slow, long ride with many bumps along the way. In recent history and even in everyday life, a vast majority of people like to think all races are...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Changes in Gender Behavior with Age

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Changes in Gender Behavior with Age

John Petty, Senior Editor

April 14, 2018


Filed under Features

A common notion of expectation drives the thought processes of individuals and society as a whole. It seems as though all people have certain expectations placed on them either by parents, peers or surrounding observers. Expecting something of someone is one very successful way of creating growth and fi...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The Race For Equality

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The Race For Equality

Aliya Rhodes, Creative Director

April 14, 2018


Filed under Features

Throughout history, equality has seemed like an unfulfilled goal in many areas of the world; most of these cases have involved different races. Some people may tend to focus on the physical elements of a person’s character, such as the color of their skin; however, everyone is born with the freedoms ...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Race in America

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Race in America

Monica Wilhelm, Senior Editor

April 14, 2018


Filed under Features

As the most powerful country in the world, America tends to be the most racially blind. Not only in the United States, but in Antioch as well it is evident that race is an unrecognized issue that needs to be addressed. The town of Antioch was created in the 1830s with an inspiring motto of “close t...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Happily Ever After

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Happily Ever After

Monica Wilhelm, Senior Editor

February 17, 2018


Filed under Features

Happily ever after is arguably one of the most controversial terms. In a way, it creates both a connotation of doubt and cynicism, as well as hope and desire. As a modern day society, people often meet the words “happily ever after” with an eye roll or shoulder shrug because of the betrayal it has ...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The Other Side of Relationships

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The Other Side of Relationships

Aliya Rhodes, Creative Director

February 17, 2018


Filed under Features

Whenever the word “relationship” is mentioned, many jump to the romantic intimacy between two lovers. However, what about the relationships that don’t get enough credit? There are more ways that people can be involved with one another such as besties, bromances, mentorships and even within a f...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Love Around the Globe

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Love Around the Globe

Diana Anghel, Print Director

February 17, 2018


Filed under Features, Lifestyles

Amore, grá, dragoste, amour, ibig, ást, szerelem, evîn, ljubezen—whatever language a nation uses to describe love, it has the same meaning all around: an intense feeling of deep affection. When focusing on romantic relationships love comes with different conditions depending on the geographical loc...

The Beginning, Middle, End

The Beginning, Middle, End

Emily Torres, Assistant Digital Director

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Once upon a time, the apples were sweet and the glass slipper always fit. As time went on, happily ever after still seemed in reach, but it also seemed as though it was a stretch. By the end, the apples turned sour and the glass slipper started to shatter; happily ever after was no longer in reach. Lo...

To Have and To… Let Go

To Have and To… Let Go

Emily Hanes, Social Media Coordinator

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Music is a very common and simple way for a person to get their emotions across. For decades, artists have been able to emit memorable tunes that stick with people. With meaningful lyrics and a marvelous melody, it’s easy for people to relate to certain songs. Songs have been written about every t...

Longing For a Connection

Longing For a Connection

John Petty, Senior Editor

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

It is oftentimes said that “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know,” and these connections, either big or small, often loom large when it is all said and done. Relationships refer to an individual and their partner, and are seen as significantly important in our present society. Because of th...

Time And Effort

Time And Effort

John Petty, Senior Editor

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Relationships have their many benefits and problems that coexist with one another. Yet, regardless of the success of one’s relationship, it is assumed that extra time will be set aside for another person. Time is a non-renewable resource; it is evident that putting time into making a connection wi...

The Unholy Trinity: Ownership, Pressure, Reliance

The Unholy Trinity: Ownership, Pressure, Reliance

Alex Rapp, Assistant Digital Director

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

The father, the son and the holy spirit. Three iconic images of Christianity. The Holy Trinity. Three symbols meant to guide both values and beliefs of those that choose to follow them. The embodiment of “do unto others as you would have done to yourself.” The golden rule. Yet, for every aspect of light, ther...

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