Movie review: Me Before You

By: Amanda Morris “Live boldly. Live well. Live.” Those words end the movie adaption of Jojo Moyes’ book, “Me Before You,” which centers around the relationship between a quadriplegic young man named Will Traynor (played by Sam Claflin) and his caregiver, Louisa Clark (Emilia Clark) At first glance it appears to be the classic love story, but after a closer look, it is clear it … Continue reading Movie review: Me Before You

How mock elections confuse children and shape our future

By: Ian J. Smith In 2012 schools nationwide hosted mock elections to find out whom their students would pick for president.  The point of these is to shed light on a younger perspective and make students feel like they are part of the political action.  While they may feel more politically responsible, these mock elections force children to choose a party and candidate when they … Continue reading How mock elections confuse children and shape our future