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Sunday, October 25, 2020

Why Citizens Cannot Afford to Relinquish Net Neutrality in the United States

By Mitch Pimento The internet as we know it is a complexly free and open medium. While all other media platforms have at least some form of regulation or censorship, the internet has very little,...

The Kavanaugh Hearings: What They Revealed

By Brandon Carroll Brett Kavanaugh is a name that has been in constant circulation throughout all media outlets. Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court nominee who was personally selected by President Donald Trump back in early July. Recently, two women...

The 2019 Grammys cause race-related controversy

Natalie Chadwick     A night of extravagant outfits on the most well-known celebrities who come together to recognize the achievements of those in the music industry. This is known as The Grammys, which is a national telecast...

Six Reasons a College Degree is Too Valuable to Give Away for Free

By Keith Murray, Faculty of Marketing at Bryant University Governor Gina Raimondo has proposed making two years of college free in Rhode Island.  Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sander proposed four.  While that sounds nice, making something...

“Fake News”, but from a Different Source

Freedom of the press is a fundamental bedrock of American democracy. For centuries, news outlets have been revered and held to standards of great importance and prestige in their deliverance and analysis of news...

‘Bad Times at the El Royale: A Movie Review

By Ben Solomon Bad Times at the El Royale is a mystery thriller directed and written Drew Goddard. It has an all star cast. Jeff Bridges as Donald O’Kelly, Cynthia Erivo as Darlene Sweet, Jon Hamm as Laramie Seymour...

Opinion vs Complaints: feedback’s place

After reading the Opinion section every week, I can’t help but wonder if opinions have become synonymous with complaining. Although the Archway prides itself in its quality newspaper, our writers are neither professionally trained nor paid journalists. The lack of...

Vegas highlights issues that we don’t want to tackle

Fifty-eight killed, five hundred twenty-seven injured. That is America’s newest casualty count. A casualty count not from a skirmish in a war, but from a concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. A concert. One more...

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