The Griffin discuss what it is that they find funny and how humor has changed over the last few years. From Sitcoms to TikToks, a good laugh has never been more accessible
By Vaish Senthil Kumar
Little Theatre President Claire Bingaman talks about how the club helped her find her footing in college and how she is working to extend that welcoming atmosphere to future generations
By Griffin Sports Staff The MAAC announced that it will be holding a virtual cross…
The Griffin believes that, with social media, “we can laugh at, screenshot, and share 280-character tweets that we disagree with, and don’t have to listen to a more sophisticated message that actually challenges our beliefs.”
“While Harris was largely reduced to fending off Pence’s accusations of government takeover … Pence lived up to his surname by being penny wise but pound foolish on the matter.” Read The Griffin’s analysis of Wednesday’s VP Debate.
Wednesday’s vice presidential debate posed many important talking points including the increasing death toll caused by COVID-19 and the environmental crisis:
Despite the challenges of no games, women’s soccer coach Ryan Louis is keeping the team’s spirits high this fall.
Tuesday’s debate drew negative reviews from The Griffin. “The constant bickering between the candidates made the broadcast an incomprehensible and ultimately unproductive mess.” But to be fair, did anyone expect anything different?
A trio of contentious Constitutional issues involving the Senate, Supreme Court, and D.C. and Puerto Rican statehood could be resolved, according to Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy, if “Democrats could trade state and Supreme Court stability for a proportional Senate.”