The Gothic Times

Serve, and You Can Do Anything

Elizabeth Sabatini

May 19, 2015

From the beginning of starting my position as a waitress at a burger joint, I have always been a master at faking my smile. A shy person by nature, I did my best to put on a grin and make it seem as if I was at ease with this...

The Art of Interviewing

Teagan Ortense

May 19, 2015

Art is not only painting on a canvas, or drawing on a piece of paper; art is the beauty of something as simple as words on a paper, or an inside look at someone. Interviewing is something that at first can be a tad difficult,...

Rescue Me

Teagan Ortense

May 19, 2015

As I approach the Friends of Linden Animal Shelter, I see 4 dogs caged and cold in the snow, patiently waiting for their walk. I approach them, 2 are very angry, another just wants to sit and bark at me, and the last cold, scared,...

It’s Friday night, ‘Proceed to party’

Caitlin Mota

May 19, 2015

It’s everyone’s favorite time a week. Toby Keith is on the radio raising his red solo cup as you race home with the windows down, sunroof open, and wind blowing through your hair. You’re thinking about your plans to kick...

Facts about ambulances

Caitlin Mota

May 19, 2015

Everyone has seen them racing down the road at any hour with flashing lights and blaring sirens on the way to the hospital. Because they are so commonly seen, ambulances have become a visually obsolete; what looks like a big...

For the Love of Pit-bulls!

Teagan Ortense

May 19, 2015

You can hear the loud and saddening cries, and the clashing of teeth to one another. There is blood everywhere, and yet they still fight. Ripping skin from their bodies, bashing one another into the ground, as men cheer them on....

Beyond the Tag

Beyond the Tag

Steven Rodas

May 19, 2015

Superwomen- A look into the challenges faced by single mothers pursuing a college degree

Da’Von Crutchfield

May 19, 2015

5:50A.M: the IPhone annoyingly chirps - a reminder to get out of bed. The room is gradually growing lighter as the sun filters itself though the closed blinds. A pile of laundry that should have been folded last night still lies...

America… The Culture of Excuses?

Da’Von C. Crutchfield

May 19, 2015

Do we live in a culture of excuses? Day in and day out our lives are faced with obstacles, and for some they tip the scales far greater than others. For a single working mother living the double life of a college student excuses...

The Great Homework Debate

Da’Von C. Crutchfield

May 19, 2015

Has homework become more than just that? The ongoing debate that plagues the educational world almost daily is: Are teachers assigning too much homework? For college students, are there too many assignments given, or is the work...

Killing Animals, Saving Lives: Soldiers and Animals during Wartime

Crystal Davis

May 6, 2015

  There is a street in the city of San Bernardino, CA. that is cascaded endlessly with trees as far as the eye can see. The trees interlace as if holding hands. During the spring they blossom and blow casually in...

Celebrit-izing Animal Rights Activism?

Crystal Davis

May 6, 2015

From protesting about tortured birds, to endorsing the benefits of an all vegan diet, and boycotting abusive animal acts, animal activists have had a steadfast view on change. They have sought out the opportunity to change...

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