Author: Victoria Young

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Harry Styles: The first solo male featured on the cover of Vogue

For the first time in the magazine’s 108-year-long history, Vogue debuted its first ever solo male to be displayed on its cover this past November. The issue features singer-songwriter and fashion icon, Harry Styles. Styles, 26, took his first step into the spotlight at age 16 when he auditioned to be on The X-Factor UK. […]

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Purdue Pharma paying the hefty price for their hand in the opioid crisis

Since the late 1990s, opioid pain relievers have been prescribed at increasing rates due to pharmaceutical companies reassuring doctors that patients would not be subjected to addiction following use of such. However in 2017 alone, nearly 47,000 Americans died due to opioid overdose, while an additional 1.5 million suffered from opioid related substance abuse. Purdue […]

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Pope Francis goes against “traditional church teachings” and supports same-sex couples

“Francesco”, a documentary film focusing on the life and teachings of the current leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, debuted on Oct. 21, 2020. The film, directed by Israeli-American film producer, Evgeny Afineevsky, allows the followers of the church and all those interested to gain insight to the progressiveness of Pope Francis’ views […]

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Elijah McClain: “A beautiful soul”

On Aug 24th, 2019, Colorado police responded to a call from a resident living in the city of Aurora who spotted a “sketchy” man. The man in question was Elijah McClain, a 23 year old professional massage therapist and self taught violinist. McClain was on his way home from the convenience store after buying an […]

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USPS under siege by Trump administration to suppress voters

Following the appointment of Louis Dejoy as the new postmaster general this past May, you’ve likely noticed some changes regarding the delivery of your mail. Many towns, counties and states as a whole have reported that their mail is delayed or sometimes not coming at all for days or weeks at a time. This should […]

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Breonna Taylor: A Young Life Full of Potential Taken Too Soon

When George Floyd, 46, was murdered by four police officers in Minneapolis, MN, the effect caused a shockwave impact throughout the nation. As a result, the American public has begun calling out the state and national government, police, and elected officials to eradicate the common occurrences of racially based crimes within America’s justice systems. But […]

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A Guide For Incoming QC Students: How to get involved on campus

Although everyone’s expectations of the “perfect college experience” tends to vary from person to person, it differs based on preferred campus size, amenities, or even the number of quiet floors in the library, everyone has the same question in mind: “will I be able to make friends here?” Any guidance counselor or college tour guide […]

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