A to ZEE Weekly

by Allison Lantagne Hey all, and welcome back to A to ZEE Weekly. Today is Friday, March 2nd, 2018. Happy Friday! On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to review a key case in Trump’s crusade to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which granted a legal form of residency for children illegally brought…

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Parkland Kids Aren’t Taking Your Sh*t

by Brielle Wyka Gen Z has already forged a reputation for being politically active and aware. Who can blame us? We’ve had to endure quite a lot of injustice and terror in the few short decades we’ve been alive. Most recently, we witnessed yet another school shooting, lost 17 more friends, teachers, and loved ones,…

How Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen Taught Gen Z’ers All Over The World That They Are Not Alone

by Gianluca Russo Musical theatre has a way of impacting and changing the lives of fans all over the country. Recently, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s hit musical, Dear Evan Hansen, shone a light on more serious topics such as mental health and suicide while showing audiences all of ages that no matter what, no…

The OG Boy Who Cried Wolf: My Medical Anxiety

by Kamrin Baker The first time I vividly remember my medically-triggered anxiety taking over my life was during the early stages of puberty. I was 10 or 11 when I walked into my mom’s room in the middle of the night, my eyes droopy from anxiety, but my movements hurried enough to startle her awake.…