Taking the microphone away from fake news

By Lisa Nault Staff writer A Thanksgiving play, a small boy with autism, and a teacher—how the internet persecuted a person without all of the facts. Over Thanksgiving break a video was published from a mom’s recording of her son’s school play. In the video, her son goes to speak into the microphone, a teacher…

A thank you to the Simmons College bubble

By Kaydee Donohoo Staff Writer On Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning, I  was harrowed by the election results as I watched on with some of the lovely friends I’ve made on our newspaper staff. It was a moment this nation will never forget, and I’m glad I had strong and caring people in my life surrounding…

Practicing activism through kindness

By Emily Cole Contributing Writer Since I decided to write about this topic on Tuesday night, the night Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, I have had time to think. I originally wanted to write about how I felt about “Angry Activism,” or when a person shames or attacks another person for…