Brigie Speaks: “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”

Life is too short to worry. I, myself, am guilty of being told to “stop worrying” way too often. I try to live in the moment, but I tend to worry about the future, and dwell on the past. Did I say something wrong? What if they think…? What did I just do?! These are … Continue reading

A Taste of the Mediterranean Found at Aladdin’s Eatery

Ever had a craving for food other than boring old pizza? Then Aladdin’s Eatery is for you! Located in the heart of First & Main, Aladdin’s Eatery provides an eclectic menu of diverse and healthy choices. The menu consists of Mediterranean food, including rolled pitas and pita pizzas. There are many delectable appetizers to choose … Continue reading

WRA Trump Supporters Continue to Stand by the New President

“Trump awoke the silenced voices of millions of people,” said Erik Gross ’17, “He answers to no one.” I decided to interviewed Gross and others about the controversial actions President Donald Trump has taken during the short time he has been in office, setting out to see how Trump’s supporters—those “silenced voices”—felt about his actions. … Continue reading

Kayle’s Column – March

Should you study the easier or harder subjects first? Personally, I think you should always study the harder subjects first. If you think about it, the easy subjects are easier to you because you already know them. Why waste your time studying something you already feel comfortable? You should focus your time on getting familiar … Continue reading

Steve Bannon Unfit for Top White House Position

Steven Bannon should not be anywhere near the White House. From his involvement with white nationalist groups to his endorsement by some questionable figures morally, Bannon is not someone I want representing our country. Here are the reasons why. First off, Bannon was the executive chairman of Breitbart News Network, which he himself called “the … Continue reading

Trump Presidency Poised to Stagnate Middle Class

When “middle America” delivered a shocking upset this past November, the punditry proclaimed that this was the triumph of wage-earners and former industrial strongholds against an indifferent “liberal elite.” The common idea goes as follows: the embrace of outsourcing and automation by corporations left Rust Belt neighborhoods in tatters. Politicians jumped into bed with the … Continue reading

Luchita’s Mexican Restaurant Offers Array of Dining Choices

The city of Hudson is full of amazing and diverse restaurants. Whatever you are craving, you can probably find it downtown. In desperate need of a hamburger? Check out Flip Side. Want to take your taste buds on a trip to the Middle East? We have Aladdin’s Eatery. Want to wait an hour for quite … Continue reading

Brigie Speaks: Blinded by Fortune

Each and every one of us is continuously being supported by someone. Even when we are feeling down and blue, when it truly feels like nobody is on our side, there is always someone keeping our best interest in mind. There is always someone inside the Reserve bubble, or extending the borders of our campus. … Continue reading