The Channels

Skateboarding is a crime on State Street, but who does it really hurt?

Jacob Frank, Opinion Editor

September 11, 2020

Skateboarding isn’t just fun or transportation. It’s freedom. It’s the feeling of racing over scattered leaves and asphalt as four little skateboard wheels scream over each crack. The sky has never been bluer. It...

Decision to postpone college sports to 2021 is the right call

Eric Evelhoch, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

Football is one of the most romanticized American sports. Responsibility, shared sacrifice and togetherness are values displayed by these athletes when they take the field for team, school and city. The physical intensity every t...

Distance learning offers a glimpse into our new dystopian education

Jacob Frank, Opinion Editor

August 31, 2020

Returning to City College during the ongoing pandemic brings a strange feeling, like summer hasn’t quite ended but the semester hasn’t really begun. The college’s decision to implement campus-wide distance learning, or online classes, is the cause of this sort of edu...

Understanding the media is crucial during the coronavirus pandemic

Kai Zheng, Opinion Editor

April 25, 2020

The news isn’t here to contort or challenge your belief system.  The news isn’t a conspiracy.  The news keeps you informed, and in turn, safe. In the months that led up to the spread of the global pandemic COVID-19, th...

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