#LoveWins: Supreme Court Decision Legalizes Gay Marriage

The Harbinger

 by Gabriella Indart

This past Friday a moment in history was created: the legalization of gay marriage nationwide. The Supreme Court of the United States, with a 5-4 vote decision, found that under the 14th Amendment all states must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples and recognize same-sex unions that have been legally performed in other states. While this may be a time of jovial celebration for many couples, more conservative others label this day as failure in U.S. history.  

“This radical decision purporting to strike down the marriage laws of every state, it has no connection to the United States Constitution. They are simply making it up. It is lawless and in doing so they have undermined the fundamental legitimacy of United States Supreme Court,” said Ted Cruz, a candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States, on Sean Hannity’s radio show.  

Within the past few years, Florida…

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Toronto, Canada

These are some pictures from my east coast (and then some) road trip that I never posted because they were taken on my phone since my SD card and laptop all decided to run out of memory in that week.

Well here is some Toronto: downtown and chinatown.

This is practically the center of Toronto. The heart of the city. Downtown.




This is Toronto’s chinatown.

The somewhat train seen on the second picture is guided by the rails on the street (even though there is a conductor inside) and powered by rod that comes into contact with the wires above.imageimage


The Harbinger

By Daniela Morales

Late Wednesday night a white male of about 21-years of age shot and killed nine people attending a bible study session at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. He was later arrested in Shelby, North Carolina, almost four hours away from the scene of the shooting due to suspicious activity that prompted authorities to make a traffic stop.

The church cameras show the shooter entering the church at 8:16 p.m. It’s reported that he attended the bible study session for about an hour before shooting and killing nine people; six women and three men, including the Reverend of the church and South Carolina Senator, Clementa C. Pinckney. The shooting was reported to authorities at 9:05 p.m.

Eight of the victims died at the scene and one, later, at the hospital.

Survivor of the shooting told reporters that during the massacre the terrorist reloaded five times…

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Keeping Aware

This past week’s challenge in my photography class was to photograph a landscape that represents your environment. I chose representative photography and this was the outcome in three photos.

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