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The Roaring Twenties’ Second Wave

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, TSV Multimedia Editor

February 27, 2019

Next year will be a time for hope and change for the United States with the 2020 presidential elections, but it will also be a year to look back on in history since it will mark 100 years since the Roaring Twenties. The 1920s were a decade of change, politically and socially, and celebrating the style, the slang and the music that inspired peop...

Loose Change with Mark David Magat: Benifits of Meme Culture

Mark David Magat, TSV Co-Editor in Chief

February 27, 2019

Picture this: It’s 1933, in the midst of the Great Depression. Businesses small and large are closing due to the huge debt the US was in. Yet with all these major life-changing issues with the government, entertainment such as movies and radios still thrived. Theaters survived in those troubling times due to the public need...

What the Hell?!

What the Hell?!

February 20, 2019

Virginia government officials have been involved in several scandals recently which leaves the public...

Bringing Love Back to Dating

Bringing Love Back to Dating

February 20, 2019

'Tis the season. It’s around the time of Valentine's Day and for many it’s a day to show how much...

Seeing Past the Screen

Seeing Past the Screen

February 20, 2019

Being that I am a part of Generation Z, I have noticed that I am blessed in many ways. I have the ability...

February 1, 2019

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Loose change with Mark David Magat: Superhero’s ultimate villain

Mark David Magat, Co-Editor in Chief

February 1, 2019

Mental illness being represented in media is on the rise, and comic books aren’t falling behind in that realm. But with our heroes showing serious issues, such as mental illness, a lot of fans aren’t on board with these “weaknesses” being shown within their favorite heroes. But this shouldn't be seen as weakness in heroes,...

DACA: Pawn or Opportunity?

DACA: Pawn or Opportunity?

Kendrick A. Rojas, TSV Focal Point Editor

February 1, 2019

In today’s modern society it is vital for individuals to receive a tangible education to obtain a good...

Editorial: Government shutdown puts the pressure on food stamp recipients

February 1, 2019

Food stamp recipients will have to ration their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits until March after most received their February benefits around Jan. 20. It is expected that the majority of families will have to make their SNAP benefits last 40 days while some families will have to stretch their benefits...

The Unfortunate Truth of College Graduates

Kendrick A. Rojas, TSV Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

It is true that college has opened up many opportunities for those seeking to further develop their educational prospects. The value that education holds for not only the individual, but also the community, is worth its weight in gold. That being said, it is important to address the issues that many college attendees experien...

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