Page Two: Boston Globe uses a questionable approach

Alex Thomas Staff Writer @Alex_Thomas14 When you think of media in the city of Boston, a few things come to mind. First, is the rabid and almost ruthless sports media, and then are the major television stations and newspapers in the market. While there are quite a few papers available to those in Boston, I grew up on two, the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. … Continue reading Page Two: Boston Globe uses a questionable approach

Page Two: Controversy and Overreaction

Alex Thomas Staff Writer @Alex_Thomas14 By now, I’m sure most people have read or at least heard about the article that was posted on the Springfield College Odyssey website. The article, which outlined 12 things that people associate with going to Springfield College, created a buzz that has been unparalleled in the four years that I have been on campus. Some individuals were appalled, while … Continue reading Page Two: Controversy and Overreaction

Time for Sanders to “Feel the Bern” After Debate Misstep

Alex Thomas Staff Writer @Alex_Thomas14 Throughout the race to the White House, we have had controversy. Whether it has been Hilary Clinton and her email scandal or Donald Trump and his antics, the news cycle simply hasn’t stopped with most of these candidates. To this point, Bernie Sanders hasn’t had any scandal surrounding him. That’s not a really surprising point to me because even though … Continue reading Time for Sanders to “Feel the Bern” After Debate Misstep

ESPN Had Chance to Step Up in Erin Andrews’ Case, Fell Short

Alex Thomas Staff Writer @Alex_Thomas14 As a kid growing up obsessed with sports, ESPN was the top dog for me. While other kids my age spent their mornings watching cartoons before school, I spent mine watching my heroes like Stuart Scott and Steve Levy deliver the latest from the sports world. Everyone hated Sunday nights because it meant school the next morning, but I LOVED … Continue reading ESPN Had Chance to Step Up in Erin Andrews’ Case, Fell Short

Presidential candidates build strong fan bases

Alex Thomas Staff Writer @Alex_Thomas14 People are opinionated about just about everything in life, that’s a fact. Politics is one of the most opinionated topics, it’s almost impossible to have a civil discussion with people on this topic these days. Usually, a person is in love with one candidate and despises another one. If said person hears something good about the candidate they hate, then … Continue reading Presidential candidates build strong fan bases