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Schism, Part 3

You are familiar with how our relationship pans out. It is the very same Tyler from before. He was a tall and slender man, with an exaggerated boyish charm to him. He could’ve won...

Wage-ing war:

Last week, in an editorial entitled “Raising the Minimum Wage Hurts (Young) Workers”, my colleague Michael made some valid arguments regarding the current state of the minimum...

Schism: A psychodrama

Finding a starting point is not as easy as one would think. Deconstructing emotional trauma is hard; it’s like going to the scene of train accident and desperately trying to...

Schism: the first installment

To contextualize this piece, there are two major points to accent. The first is that this is a stream-of-consciousness style piece that will be addressing subject matter that some...

Revisiting Trump’s UN speech

In light of Trump’s recent visit to China and some of the comments that have been made, it seems appropriate to revisit some of his prior speeches. Looking back, it may be...

Battle for Azeroth:

It’s that special time of year again when the nerds of the world unite in Irvine, California to celebrate the unveiling of all new things Blizzard. The company, after merging with...

Window to West Chester

Coming to college has its own burdens. To many, it can be a culture shock as it is the first time living on their own; to others, it is a logical evolution from where they came...

Retail mentality

If you’ve ever worked in retail, you’ve probably heard this phrase a thousand times over: “I want to speak with your manager”: the battle-cry of the unsatisfied customer—or more...

Window to West Chester

We all have had that one person in life that has seemed to follow us around, not of their own volition, but by a seeming thread of fate that has yet to be fully teased out. It may...

Window to West Chester

To all returning readers, welcome back. To all new readers, welcome to Window to West Chester: a weekly segment covering those around campus with interesting stories to share...