Free Our Borders

Free Our Borders

January 3, 2019

Why Not Sixteen?

Why Not Sixteen?

December 14, 2018

Living with Thanks: The Matador Shares Its Gratitude

The Matador Staff

November 25, 2018

This Thanksgiving season, the Matador staff wanted to celebrate the holiday by sharing our gratitude. We are thankful and grateful for... -“the ability to volunteer and help others.” - “how well things have been goin...

Poetry Is Not Dead

Poetry Is Not Dead

October 23, 2018

Should There be a New MPAA Rating?

Joey Gentile, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 4, 2018

This is not the most pressing issue in the world right now, but for those who want an escape from all of the problems going on in the world right now, it sure is important. This September, the horrifying thriller It premiered. Rated R be...

Fear (F– Everything and Run): Stephen King’s Views on Writing

Joey Gentile, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 4, 2018

Stephen King’s On Writing was published in December 1999, and re-published July of 2010 for its tenth anniversary. Being re-published in a time when the value of the English language is declining, Stephen King’s On Writing offers...

Op/Ed: Students Must Not Remain Silent

Matador Staff Writers and Editors

April 18, 2018

With all the outrage and debate surrounding the Parkland, Florida shooting, students at East have been humming with calls for change: whether it’s metal detectors or armed security guards, there is no consensus. The only commo...

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