The Criterion

A Message About Breast Cancer

Ashley Tucker '18, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

Filed under Headlines, POV

Anyone out of the 7.125 billion people on this Earth can get breast cancer but less than half now about it and it’s dangers.

Ultimate Marvel: A Great Failure

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015

Filed under Culture, Headlines, POV

When there’s too much history attached with a character, what do yo do? You make a new version of that character of course. Ultimate Marvel was the result of an idea from writers to introduce readers without making then go through 30 years of character history in 2000. This turned out to be the greatest concept that went sour over it’s run.

Who Won the Democratic Debate?

James Cravatas '18, Staff Writer

October 20, 2015

Filed under Headlines, POV, Showcase

On Tuesday, October 13th, the Democrat Party held their first Presidential Debate. The nominees in participation were the two frontrunners; former Secretary of State, New York Senator, and First Lady, Hillary Clinton, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Who won?

Arizona’s Oppression of Mexican Studies

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

March 8, 2015

Filed under POV, Showcase

Arizona's officials stand united against Mexican-American Studies, believing it was promoting a rebellion.

Reconsidering “Ghetto”

Amirie Barnett '18, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

Filed under POV, Showcase

"I ask again, what does it mean to be ghetto? How does being called this word make others feel? Do you ever think that saying this to someone, perhaps someone that is from the ghetto, could offend them? I think that when one is called ghetto, they are being looked down upon and made fun of."

Reflections on Ferguson

Alexis Charles '18, Staff Writer

September 21, 2014

Filed under POV, Showcase

"Mike Brown is now dead, lying on the ground in cold blood, unarmed."

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