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Painting by Suhani Bhatt

Carry on, as if Nothing Really Matters: A Poem

By Suhani Bhatt, Copyeditor April 12, 2024

Carry on, as if Nothing Really Matters Life, an intricate mosaic. Each moment, each path, each trial, a tesserae, an adhesive, a grout. Shaping the essence of the mortal body.   Everyone...

The 2024 Oscars: High Society’s Socio-Political Nuances

The 2024 Oscars: High Society’s Socio-Political Nuances

By Salome Valter, Writer March 28, 2024

Does Jonathan Glazer have something against the Jewish people? Did Stone deserve to win over Gladstone? What was said? Who wore what? Most importantly: Should the Oscars acceptance speeches serve as platforms...

By Era De Maesschalck

Emerging Perspectives: the 2024 IB Art Exhibition

By Mari Vardanyan, Writer March 18, 2024

The IB Visual Arts class at UNIS is known for its rigorous program, and this year's graduating students showcased their talent and hard work at the Caelum Gallery in Chelsea, NYC. These students dedicated...

Art by Lewa Omilola

The Pros and Cons of BookTok

By Nysa Saxena and Ananya Ghose March 16, 2024

Appearing in some of the biggest US Newspapers such as the The New York Times and The Washington Post, as well as entire aisles in some of the world’s biggest bookstores, BookTok has without a doubt...

Art by Celine Kim

“Dear Human Hand” – A Poem

By Celine Yejin Kim, Copyeditor March 13, 2024

Click here to listen to my composition while reading my poem. I composed Chaconne for Strings “2050 Four Seasons – Drought” after taking inspiration from my poem below. Dear Human Hand The...

Collage by Sofia Bendezu.

Henry Kissinger: War Criminal Or Genius Diplomat?

By Carson Robison, News editor March 10, 2024

Henry Kissinger is considered by many to be America’s most consequential Secretary of State. Kissinger died on November 29th, 2023, in Connecticut at the age of 100. He was revered by some and hated...

Beef is Not Your Typical TV Comfort Food

“Beef” is Not Your Typical TV Comfort Food

By Chloe Fong, Managing Editor February 29, 2024

Netflix’s hit show Beef raked in a total of eight awards, including five Primetime Emmys last month. In today’s media, I’ve often found many shows overrated, bland, or generally disappointing. While...

High Price of Cheap Trends: The Fast Fashion Dilemma

High Price of Cheap Trends: The Fast Fashion Dilemma

By Suhani Bhatt, Copyeditor February 19, 2024

In today’s realm of style, where trends come and go in the blink of an eye, fast fashion has captured the hearts (and wallets) of consumers worldwide. With its promise of affordable, trendy clothing...

A Valentines Day Comic

A Valentine’s Day Comic

By Titilewami Omilola, Visuals Editor February 14, 2024

Delegates at CMUNCE in front of Alma Mater statue.

MUN College Conferences through the Eyes of Delegates

By Mari Vardanyan, Writer February 11, 2024

If you’ve ever wandered through the bustling halls of the Tut House Club fair, you’ve likely encountered enthusiastic members of the Model UN team eagerly praising the virtues of joining their ranks....

Saltburn: Directorial Genius or Clever Clickbait?

Saltburn: Directorial Genius or Clever Clickbait?

By Salome Valter, Writer February 7, 2024

Emerald Fennel, known for her award-winning movie Promising Young Woman, has done it again. Her provocative movie Saltburn has garnered an audience of crazed fans and psycho–thriller buffs (yep! the...

Protest in Myanmar against Military Coup 14-Feb-2021

Three Years Later: The Impact of The Myanmar Military Coup

By Celine Yejin Kim, Writer February 6, 2024

It has been three years since Senior General Min Aung Hlaing led a coup d'etat to overthrow the democratically elected members of Myanmar’s ruling party on February 1, 2021. During those past three...

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