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Middle Eastern American Artists in the Garden and Beyond Exhibit now at Brookside Gardens

‘Middle Eastern American Artists in the Garden and Beyond’ Exhibit now at Brookside Gardens

Reem Saleh April 21, 2021

This spring 2021, Brookside Gardens, located in Wheaton, Maryland, has partnered with the Middle Eastern American Advisory Group (MEAAG) of the Montgomery County Office of Community Partnerships (OCP),...

Shocked but not Surprised: ICE Forced Sterilization and the USs Long History of Reproductive Violence

Shocked but not Surprised: ICE Forced Sterilization and the US’s Long History of Reproductive Violence

Sebastian Mendoza December 8, 2020

Recently, it has come out that ICE has been forcibly sterilizing migrant women in detention centers. While this news has shocked many, myself included, I can’t say I’m surprised. One of the main reasons...

MC Student Veterans Take a Deep Breath and Chill

MC Student Veterans Take a Deep Breath and Chill

Graham Cole, Writer April 2, 2020
Hof claims his numerous physical accomplishments are due to his unique method of deep meditation which combines breathing and gradual cold exposure.
Retrospective Review: Breath of the Wild

Retrospective Review: Breath of the Wild

Aiesha Solomon, Senior Editor March 11, 2020
This game did not just break the pattern, it revolutionized the series.
Dr. Lan Xiang teaches Electrical Engineering at Montgomery College

WCW Steminist Spotlight: Dr. Lan Xiang

Graham Cole, Staff Writer March 4, 2020
At Montgomery College, Dr. Lan Xiang is a professor who has taught numerous young women and men how to become electrical engineers for 17 years.
Mathematics is responsible for Pringles distinct crunchiness

The Science of Snacking: Pringles

Graham Cole, Staff Writer February 21, 2020
Although these stackable snack chips have been around since 1968, many people have eaten them not knowing that the shape of each chip is a small engineering masterpiece. 
Satellite image of Taal Volcano

Taal Volcanic Eruption Displaces Philippine Life

Aiesha Solomon, Staff Writer February 12, 2020
Imagine having to leave behind your home and pets in a rush to escape plumes of poisonous gas, then coming home to see sick pets and your house leveled by the earthquakes. 
A fleur de lis on Maia Cafris forearm.

Please Don’t Grab My Arm.

Maia Cafri, Staff Writer December 23, 2019
If you want to know more about my tattoo, talk to me, but please respect my space.
Frozen 2 Review

Frozen II: Not so Unknown Anymore

Carl Julin, Writer December 10, 2019
They set out to find the origin of Elsa’s powers, in order to save their kingdom and lift a spell that trapped people in a forest. 
Ashley Farmer, an accomplished poet and author of many works, such as, The Women, The Farmacist, Beside Myself and editor of the literary journal Salt Hill.

Ashley Farmer Mentors Creative Writing Students.

Aiesha Solomon, Staff Writer November 8, 2019
In her own words, “Writing is a lot like going to the gym. I set aside the time, I don’t always want to do it, then when I do it, I feel really good afterwards. That’s how I know I’m going to do it the next day.” 
Five vintage makeup products that are still used today!

Five vintage makeup products that are still used today!

Josalyn Perez, Staff Writer April 25, 2019

From Cleopatra to James Charles, men and women all over the world have used and still use cosmetics to enhance their natural beauty or to create works of art. And with social media obsessing over vintage...

We are here for Us

We are here for “Us”

Jake Brown, Staff Writer April 19, 2019

Director Jordan Peele has created one of the most confusing yet symbolic movies of the year. Us is a creepy thriller about a family who is on vacation in California, but is greeted with insane murderous...

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