Pro/Con: feminism video sparks controversy

Pro/Con: feminism video sparks controversy

Kathleen Isenegger, Alexa Skonieski, Kira Cleer, Jackie Keranen, A&E Editor, Social Media Editor, Staff Writer, Staff Writer,

November 12, 2014

On Oct 21, a feminist group released a video on YouTube and their website called "Potty Mouth Princesses". The campaign is called F bombs for feminism. The video was of several 6-13 year old girls dressed up in princess costumes talking about how women get treated poorly compared to men. By Editors and Writers: Kathleen Isenegger, Alexa Skonieski, Kira Cleer and Jackie Keranen

Viral video against social media sparks debate

Viral video against social media sparks debate

Amber Carnahan, Managing Editor

May 19, 2014

By Managing Editor: Amber Lee Carnahan “Look Up” is a short, spoken word film which was written, performed, and directed by Gary Turk.  The film has recently been shared throughout social media. The YouTube video was intended to spread awareness of our dependence on technology and social media...

YouTube: an underappreciated source of entertainment, employment

April 3, 2014

By Managing Editor: Amber Lee Carnahan Back in February 14, 2005, history was made when three former PayPal employees created the internet domain, “YouTube.com.” The website was designed to be a video-sharing hub where participants could share and view videos. Since then, YouTube has grown to an...

PTX Vol. II, worth a listen

PTX Vol. II, worth a listen

Logan Tesmer, Staff Writer

December 3, 2013

Pentatonix new album released on iTunes By Staff Writer: Logan Tesmer Pentatonix are an a cappella singing group that consists of four guys and one girl, all vocalists and one vocal percussionist. Pentatonix became a musical sensation after winning season three of NBCs singing competition show, The Sin...

Viral video sends GVSU wrecking ball into retirement

Logan Tesmer, Staff Writer

September 18, 2013

University takes down wrecking ball pendulum after Miley Cyrus parody video By Staff Writer: Logan Tesmer Miley Cyrus and her new music video, “Wrecking Ball”, have gained raving reviews, popularity and notice around America, with her tearing down concrete walls with a sledge hammer and riding naked on a metal wrecking ball. One Grand Valley State Universit...

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