Opinion

Young adults are going back to their childhood homes. Here’s why.

Young adults have recently set a new standard of choosing to live with their parents. Normally, young adults leave their parents’ homes when they set out to establish their own. While many linger around their childhood homes when they complete school, it seems that it’s becoming increasingly common for young adults to stick around their […]

“That’s Three!”: How the O’s Struck Out Another Lifelong Fan

I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve seen the obviously fake tweet saying something to the effect of, “I’ve been an Orioles fan all my life, and a season ticket holder since [insert year here]. The Orioles have lost me as a fan.”  Of course it’s just a copy and paste format, meant to […]

GameStop: A Story of David Vs. Goliath

By: Kevin McHugh If you haven’t heard, GameStop (GME) has not received this much attention since Halo 3 was released in September 2007, the year GameStop recorded its previous highest price per share of around $62. Last week, GameStop reached a new record-high price of $347.  So, what exactly is going on with GameStop? Why […]

A Tale of Two LSATS

Months after the start of a pandemic and lockdown, we have begun to take steps toward returning to normalcy.   Enter the LSAT Flex here. This is a fun little test administered by the LSAC, or Law School Admission Council, who has been continuing efforts across the country for people to take the LSAT even as large testing centers are forced to remain closed.   […]

Zooming Through the End of the World

Back in March, when the University of Baltimore decided to transition from in-person to remote learning, I was optimistic. As someone who’s spent most of their teens and early-twenties glued to a computer screen, I didn’t think Zoom would be so bad. I thought it might even be a bit freeing, not having to get […]