How athletes and coaches are adapting to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics.
In March, The Mercury published an article by opinion columnist Michael Lockwood filled with transphobic rhetoric and incorrect information about gender transitioning, titled “I Hate Me.” Although some students have asked the Mercury to issue an apology and make corrections to this piece, they have yet to do so. We’ve […]
It’s April, and if you’re like me, then the first thing that comes to mind when you think of April is the first day: April Fools. Although this holiday’s origin is unknown, it became fairly popular in 18th century Europe and has since spread worldwide. But some of the best […]
As the Democratic National Convention draws closer, tensions are at an all time high within the Democratic Party. Nominees that we didn’t even remember being in the race have dropped out. Voters in key states like Arizona, Illinois, and Florida were expected to go out and vote during a global […]
“Monster girls have taken over this article, and only one nondescript male protagonist can stop them!
Art comes in a variety of media, from traditional paint on canvas to sand mandalas, the traditional Tibetan practice of constructing temporary art from sand. All art mediums also come with a wide variety of political implications — Street art such as works done by Banksy and more traditionalist pieces […]
A retrospective on the messiest internet dramas of 2019.
What’s cooler than being cool? The one and only ninth RIGHTFUL PLANET in our solar system.
Video games have so much more to offer than just game play, so why do developers sometimes make their games intentionally inaccessible to casual gamers?
White conservatives denounce hip-hop for its supposedly “vulgar” and “obscene” nature while dismissing the artistry that goes into the lyrics and music. White liberals revel in hip-hop’s so-called “gritty” aesthetic while refusing to acknowledge the unique struggles that went into cultivating said aesthetic. And beyond that, white audiences in general refuse to give hip-hop the respect it deserves as an art form solely because it’s a part of black culture.