Articles by Emma Schoors

  • United Airlines continually mistreats animals

    United Airlines has got to get their pet-flying policies under control, or they will be the face of airline malpractice to pet owners all over...

  • One year later…

    Thursday, Nov. 7 marked the one year anniversary of the shooting that occurred at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks. At around 11:20 p.m.,...

  • Freddy Krueger kills it in the horror genre

    Freddy Vs Jason might have been a fun film where two horror icons battled it out, but Freddy Krueger and the A Nightmare on Elm...

  • Trump threatens the freedom of the press

    President Donald Trump has a dangerously close relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and it has already had major consequences for journalism in the US....

  • Dolphins should roam free

     “Just because it feels good, it doesn’t make it right,” wrote environmental philanthropist Shari Sant Plummer after playing with bottlenose dolphins at the National Aquarium–dolphins...

  • Titanic II breaks the ice

     As long as a zest for long baths in ice cold Atlantic water is not a boarding requirement, Titanic II is a genius idea that...

  • New music releases

    From Wallows releasing two end of summer jams to Green Day’s pulsating return, the recent overflow of new alternative and rock music is looking particularly...

  • Never Trump never Walsh

    Serving as the second official Republican presidential nominee running against Donald Trump in the 2020 primaries following Bill Weld’s April announcement, Joe Walsh is merely...

  • Modern Escapism

    Generation Z (born from 1997-2012) may not be facing the struggles that past generations have, but that does not mean that school is any less...

  • Designing is in Melody Hellard’s jeans

    Fusing modern and classic styles, Melody Hellard is not afraid to depart from the norm when it comes to creating fashion pieces. Hellard, a senior...