The Oracle

Spotlight on South

Micheal Zimmermann, guest columnist

September 28, 2018

In mainstream society, we often approach science and religion through separate ways of thinking. If we attempt to solve the mystery of the creation of our origin through both lenses of religion and science, we will find parallel...

Language diversity acceptable in the United States population

Violet Guzman-Robles, asst. features editor

September 28, 2018

My dad has been learning English for his entire life, but still isn’t completely fluent. When my dad met my boyfriend for the first time, it was awkward, and the way my dad said “Nice to meet you, Jon” only made things w...

CTE’s Internship demands increased participation, promotion

March 16, 2018

Junior Macy Galante always dreamed of being a teacher. When she took Child Development, her enthusiasm furthered, and now, she has solidified her passion for education through an internship. Though Galante’s internship was required ...

Fairy tales encourage gender roles

Gabby Zabat, columnist

March 16, 2018

Once upon a time, the knight in shining armor slayed the vengeful dragon and woke the princess from her slumber. Next, the damsel rests unconscious as she awaits true love’s kiss from her prince. As much as I love the cheesy...

Celebrities remain unfit for politics

February 9, 2018

At the Golden Globes last month, host Seth Meyers made a joke that set off a frenzy, saying to the crowd and millions at home, “In 2011, I told some jokes about our current president at the White House correspondents’ dinner, jokes...

Personal style changes attitude, boosts confidence

Brigid Murphy, co-features editor

February 9, 2018

Individual style is not confined to awareness of fashion trends or personal taste in clothing. Style is not synonymous with fashion. It exists in many forms: attitude, expression, beliefs, values, even outward portrayal. The list goes...

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