Culture Miscellaneous

Dose of History: Globe Theater Fire

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21, Features Editor Imagine Radio City Music Hall. The bright lights, the 6,015 seats in total, the Rockettes, everything. Now imagine it burned to the ground because of a foolishly fired cannon. On June 29th, 1613, The Globe Theatre, built by Shakespeare’s acting company, burned down. This […]

Culture Opinion

The Cure To Isolation At The Tips Of Your Fingers

By Ayelet Kaminer ‘21, Managing Opinion Editor  Whipped coffee. “Until tomorrow.” The Bill Clinton album challenge. If these don’t sound familiar, you likely haven’t looked at social media recently, as these viral challenges have seemingly taken over Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok in recent weeks.  According to Google Trends, the challenges […]

Culture News

Local Businesses Tackle Coronavirus Crisis

By Emma Jonas ‘23, Online Editor  The coronavirus pandemic has altered the lives of all Americans. Not only have lives been lost and all social gatherings forbidden, but the United States economy is struggling in unprecedented ways. The economy has shut down. Since the start of the shutdown, there have […]