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JoJo Siwa dances over haters to build successful brand

JoJo Siwa taking a selfie at the 2017 Kid Choice Awards, where she won

By Trevor Gardemal, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019

Jojo Siwa doesn’t care what the haters say. “I'mma come back like a boomerang,” she says in her song, “Boomerang.” And she does. Jojo Siwa, born Joelle Joanie, made her television debut in 2013 on Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition. In 2015, she joined Dance Moms for seasons 5 and 6. From ...

Celebrities mistake fame for political influence

Katy Perry (2nd from left) speaking at a Hillary Clinton rally. The singer/songwriter hinted at a presidential run in 2020 on Instagram in 2018 in a picture with Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

By Victoria Park, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

In times of turmoil and trouble, America looks to its celebrities to bless their wisdom upon the people and guide them to peace… not. After the election of Donald Trump, more and more celebrities have not only started publicly supporting political candidates, but also hinted at running for office...

Celebrities should not publicly endorse political nominees

Recently, celebrities have made their political beliefs known to the public.

By Anna Kronthal, Assistant Opinions Editor

November 26, 2018

Pop singer Taylor Swift shared her views on political candidates in a lengthy caption that she posted to her instagram. Swift’s picture was liked by over 2 million people. Meanwhile, our president’s inauguration was attended by only 900,000. Recently, celebrities have been impacting politics by promoting ...

Media inappropraitely remembers celebrities

By Justin Rheingold, Online breaking News Editor

October 6, 2009

The TV is turned on to the local news when, in the blink of an eye, a breaking news report flashes across the screen showing people mourning the death of the “King of Pop,” as they crowd around a police barricade at a hospital entrance. Fast-forward two months later and breaking news reports air...

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