The Harbinger

The Human Rights Issue

January 22, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Why Prisoners Need to be Treated Like People It’s true that there have been instances of oppression and maltreatment in prisons in run by America. But in the United States Constitution, “cruel and unusual punishment” is outlawed. The difficulty with this is that no on...

Journey through the Political Playground

Journey through the Political Playground

By Maeve Hukill, Staff

January 22, 2016


Filed under Opinion

2For many years I have listened intently as those around me have praised and discounted the various political belief structures available to us.  I could no longer stand idly by and allow others have all the fun. I decided that in order to differentiate between fact and fiction, I would need to immerse...

To Be or Not To Be Inked

To Be or Not To Be Inked

By Cam Pokrifcak, Sports Editor

January 10, 2016


Filed under Opinion

I sit down in the chair as I gaze at all of the Dali-inspired paintings hanging on the wall. My mother asks me if I’m nervous, to which I respond, “No, of course not.” But, I’m just trying to convince myself. I’m not scared, I know I can take the pain, yet my body is slightly shaking. I’m...

Another Tupac Theory, 20 Years Later

Another Tupac Theory, 20 Years Later

By Owen Hasty, Staff

January 5, 2016


Filed under Opinion

If you listen to rap, or even if you do not, chances are you have heard of Tupac Shakur. Rap icon, beloved friend and center of controversy. 2016 will mark the 20 year anniversary of Tupac's death. Tragically, Shakur met the beginning of the end on Sept. 7, 1996. Or did he? The media wants you to believe...