The Jamal Khashoggi Mystery

By Staff Writer Benjamin Pfeffer. Jamal Khashoggi is, or at least was, a columnist for the Washington Post. He was last seen on October 2 as he walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to pick up documents for personal reasons. Khashoggi was picking up documents so that he could remarry in Turkey. The wedding was planned for Oct. 3rd. He was exiled, voluntarily, from … Continue reading The Jamal Khashoggi Mystery

Private companies are stepping in to aid our dysfunctional government

By Staff Writer Greg Estabrooks. Domino’s and other private companies, such as Uber and Lyft, are beginning to creep over into the public sphere with some of their recent projects. Domino’s, a titan of chain pizzerias, has recently launched their new Paving for Pizza campaign, which seeks to alleviate neglected town roads of their potholes. Domino’s claims they are doing this out of their devotion … Continue reading Private companies are stepping in to aid our dysfunctional government

Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats: A first reaction

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats are a musical group based out of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. They released their newest album, Wasteland, on October 12, 2018 with Rise Above Records. This review is of the “first reaction” variety and looks at their work through the lens of a first listen. Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats have been described as … Continue reading Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats: A first reaction

Trump and Warren butt heads over DNA dispute

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. The media circus surrounding the current U.S. government administration has fired up again, and this time its hitting home in our own state of Massachusetts with our own senator, Elizabeth Warren. Last week, she technically proved her Native American heritage, much to the ire of sitting president Donald J. Trump. In July of this year, Donald Trump challenged the native … Continue reading Trump and Warren butt heads over DNA dispute

Mock interviews with professionals at the Charlton College of Business

By Staff Writer James Mellen III On Wednesday October 17th and 18th THe Charlton College of Business Marketing and Management department hosted a mock interview seminar in the Library grand reading room. The event was organised by professors Jacqueline Einstein and Paul Bacdayan. Between Wednesday and Thursday the over 200 students attended with their classes to develop important career skills. The event consisted of a … Continue reading Mock interviews with professionals at the Charlton College of Business

Rockstar controversy reveals employee mistreatment in the gaming industry

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. Recent controversy has arisen circulating around rumors that Rockstar Studios employees have been mistreating their staff to push publication of their newer products. Rockstar, the mastermind developers behind the industry-toppling Grand Theft Auto series, have reportedly been forcing their employees to work nearly double overtime to meet the demands of releasing new games. In an interview with Harold Goldberg of … Continue reading Rockstar controversy reveals employee mistreatment in the gaming industry

Trench: The beginning of a new era

By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe. The band, the pop-powerhouse duo Twenty One Pilots. The album, the long awaited Trench. In June 2017, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun wrapped up their “Emotional Road Show” tour for their critically acclaimed album Blurryface where it all began for the two: their hometown of Columbus Ohio. And then, Silence. The boys went quiet on social media for a year. … Continue reading Trench: The beginning of a new era