Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Opinion

Income inequality: The younger generation’s burden

Joseph Adams News Editor jadams68@jccc.edu Remember when people couldn’t stop cracking jokes about avocado toast? Yeah, me too. Although it’s something I would rather forget. The sentiment was that millennial's were...

Column: The truth about community college

Kaytlin Hill Editor-in-chief khill48@jccc.edu I remember questioning if community college was truly the best path for me in my freshman year. Now, I am about to finish...
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Campus Ledger employees look back at the past year

With the Spring semester coming to an end, a few Campus Ledger employees shared details about their experiences in the newsroom.  “I’m Kaytlin Hill. I am the...

Avengers: Endgame – A satisfying end to a saga

Daniel Moreira Managing editor dmoreir1@jccc.edu 11 years ago, Iron Man was released. Back then, no one could have possibly predicted that such a simple superhero movie would kickstart what...

Column: Fake news in outer space

Avery Gott Staff Reporter agott6@jccc.edu Every semester the astronomy department hosts Evening with the Stars, a lecture accompanied by a trip to the Paul Tebbe Observatory on campus....

Movie review: The scariest monsters are within Us

Jack McConathy  Producer jmcconat@jccc.edu Before 2017, Jordan Peele was a MADtv alum coming off the success of his comedic sketch show Key & Peele, which he co-created with frequent collaborator...

Column: Nicotine, harmful in any form

Joseph Adams News editor jadams68@jccc.edu "Smoking is a horrible habit." It is something that has been drilled into our heads for years. Yet, the day I turned 18 I went...

Lady Bird was an apt choice for 50th Anniversary Film Series showing

Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu The choice in film for Thursday’s 50th Anniversary Film series was an admiral one, and the post-movie discussion was similarly impressive. The college’s...

Column: The complicated ethics of algorithms

Joseph Adams News editor jadams68@jccc.edu The images that A.I. (artificial intelligence) evokes are usually killer robots from The Terminator movies destroying mankind. We are not there—yet. The dangerous robots that...

Review: Hozier brings optimism onto his sophomore album

Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu The second I heard the name of Hozier’s newest album, I was obsessed. Wasteland, Baby! is perfectly on brand for Hozier, who is no...

Head to Head: Pro-Valentine’s day

 Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu As a day meant to celebrate love and adoration for significant others, it’s become almost cool to hate Valentine’s Day. “Anti-Valentine’s Day”...

Head to Head: Anti-Valentine’s day

Jack McConathy  Producer jmcconat@jccc.edu For most of grade school, Valentine’s Day was a day for candy and SpongeBob cards. I remember obsessing over which card I...

Column: CBD, the new snake oil

Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu It’s a product that has blown up over the past three years: it's sold in specialized stores and supermarkets, endorsed by a...

Bus Stop, will the winter end?

Jefferson Harwood Reporting correspondent  jharwoo1@jccc.edu The theater department’s latest production, Bus Stop, by William Inge is a mix of good and bad: from honest moments portraying human characteristics to awkward stages...

Column: The science of astrology

Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu In innumerable other fields, scorning a topic on...
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