‘Rick and Morty’ season 3 finale gets schwifty

By Ariel Kohane Staff Writer The “Rick and Morty” season 3 finale was weird, confusing, and schwifty! As per usual, this episode was jam-packed with teleportation, alternate dimensions, and Rick’s disgusting burps. The finale wrapped up plots involving the Smith family’s mangled relationships, Rick’s ongoing feud with the President, and even Mr. Poopy Butthole! Much…

Hurricane Maria devastates the Caribbean

By Sarah Carlon Staff Writer Last month, Hurricane Maria swept through the Caribbean and even reached the southeastern United States. The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane scale rates hurricanes from 1-5 based on sustained wind speed. Hurricane Maria was a Category 5, making it a major hurricane. Maria was the second Category 5 hurricane of the unusually active…

Legacy of black athletic activism

Maya Valentine Staff Writer Colin Kaepernick has successfully solidified his position within a resilient history of Black athletic activism. His silent protest is situated within the succession of his predecessors. The history of black athletic activists before Kaepernick should be included, if not centered in the current discourse of intersectional politics and sports. Historically, Black…

Fish farm collapse threatens coast

By Roxanne Lee Staff Writer A Washington state fish farm that held about 305,000 Atlantic salmon collapsed on Aug. 19, releasing over half of the non-native salmon into Pacific waters and putting the Northwest coast’s ecosystem in danger. Canadian multibillion-dollar seafood company, Cooke Aquaculture, owns the Cypress Island, WA., farm. Three days after the accident,…