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News Letter 10-28-2019

Campus Director: Online Coursework! It is important to regularly log on and work on your online courses! This is apart of your graduation requirement. There is time allotted during the day from 2pm – 2:30 to complete some work.  Marcus Donald from 5/7 D called me the online terminator and I’ll gladly take the title! “Did you do your online work?” Graduation Updates!Graduation is coming … Continue reading News Letter 10-28-2019

RIP Mr. Cummings

Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings passed away this morning at the age of 68. Mr. Cummings had served Maryland’s 7th District since April 16th, 1996. Senators, Congressman, Celebrities, and the President have taken to Twitter to offer their condolences to a man described as an amazing public servant dedicated to righting injustices in America. More to come as news breaks. Continue reading RIP Mr. Cummings

The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

This is America. If there is a crime, we call the police. If there is a fire, we call the fire department. If there is a safety concern where a person is in need of immediate medical attention usually an ambulance comes roaring out. If there is tyranny, dictatorship, and evil in other parts of the world, we have a response. But on September 11, … Continue reading The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

Wade Oval Wednesday

Wednesday; The Perfect Day

     Wow… Wednesday. Unofficially known as Hump day. The day that holds you hostage in-between the moans of Monday and your personal TGIF. You watch the clock praying for the days end yet time never moves fast enough. Finally, your reprieve comes and the business day is over nevertheless, your mind races to the long traffic patterns ahead and the leftover casserole you dread to eat. … Continue reading Wednesday; The Perfect Day

Why I won’t be seeing Once Upon a time in Hollywood. An Editorial.

I grew up a fan of film and filmmaking. As teenager and more into my early twenties I became aware of the three great directors of the 90’s, Kevin Smith, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino, through the movies Clerks, Desperado, and Reservoir Dogs respectively. The movies were life changing for someone direct from Christian school. I loved each of the different archetypes that were antithetical … Continue reading Why I won’t be seeing Once Upon a time in Hollywood. An Editorial.

The Unintended Consequences of Stan Lee’s Appearance in Captain Marvel….Spoilers Ahead

As a long time fan of both Marvel Comics and Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse I’ve often laughed at the in jokes that Smith has included in his movies that include Star Wars, Marvel Comics, and a lot of other fandom. Smith often included cameos from close friends and families. Perhaps the biggest was in 1995’s Mallrats, where Stan “The Man” Lee appeared playing himself. Stan … Continue reading The Unintended Consequences of Stan Lee’s Appearance in Captain Marvel….Spoilers Ahead