Andrew Daly

Staff Writer

Drew Daly (he/him) is 17 years old and attends high school in the United States. He enjoys music, spending time with friends, and cooking. He is also a fiercely competitive member of his school’s track and cross country teams, and is the vice president of his class student council. The news has always been one of the most powerful tools for change, and as someone who considers himself a decent writer, Drew is excited to use his skills to make a difference. @and_drew_daly on insta

Andrew Daly

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Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and the Impact of Street Art

New York City in the early 1980s was a place growing into itself. From an outside perspective, it was a city that was dirty, rife with crime, and, having recently emerged from a 1975 ...

By Andrew Daly In Art Jan 30, 2022

Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill: A Much Needed-Victory for Biden and America

After a long period of apathy, delays, and compromises, President Joe Biden’s $1.2 billion infrastructure bill has been signed into law. The bill aims to create jobs by improving brid...

By Andrew Daly In Current Events Nov 25, 2021

Lil Nas X: Montero

Lil Nas X seems to be on top of the world lately. Ever since the 2019 release of the record-smashing hit “Old Town Road,” Nas proved his mastery of media and kept all eyes on himself....

By Andrew Daly In Opinion Oct 25, 2021

Andrew Cuomo’s Sexual Assault Allegations and Resignation

On August 10, 2021, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo resigned from public office after an investigation conducted by the Attorney General of New York which had found that he had sexuall...

By Andrew Daly In Current Events Aug 25, 2021

Black Women at the Olympics

The Olympics have been in the news recently, but not because of the world-class athletes participating. Several organizations related to the Olympic Games have come under fire for act...

By Andrew Daly In Current Events Jul 31, 2021

Being White Passing in America

Imagine looking at the current events as though you are looking through a glass dome. Imagine trying to speak and everyone looks at you as if you are talking in someone else’s voice. ...

By Andrew Daly In Opinion May 31, 2021