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Zioni Moore

Zioni Moore, News Editor

Zioni Moore is a magnet junior at NC. While they love to write, their other hobbies include writing, writing, and occasionally volunteering when a paper and pen isn’t in front of them.

Behind their playful nature, she cares deeply about the craft of literature; their love for it goes as far back as primary school where they wrote many pieces for literature circles throughout the years. Their evolution into newspaper and journalism was only a matter of time for them.

As their life adapts into their new role as the news editor for The Chant, their plan to major in Communications is still clear and fresh in their head as ever.

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Listen up, NC!

Listen up, NC!

May 18, 2022
Sweeping the nation for decades, the MBTI emcompasses distinct values and combines them into 16 personalities. Based on nearly 40 years of research, the validity continues to circulate in scientific discussion circles. Regardless, hundreds of individuals continue to enjoy solidarity with those with similar types and feel as though they have gained a higher understanding of others by learning the inner workings of the test.

All about MBTI

February 2, 2022
Mental illness has gained increased prevalence since the introduction of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Individuals have bonded together to advocate for better recognition of stigmas, warning signs and treatment of them. However, with the massive garnered support for the cause, previous systematic biases and tribulations have blocked the benefits from the rest of American privileged society to trickle down. Especially in the case of minors, LBGTQ, indigent and POC individuals, the damning evidence remains crucial in understanding the mistreatment of those most heavily affected by mental health concerns/needs.

Bias of the mind

December 15, 2021
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	As the major holidays come around, couples post their adorable photos together. However, the larger population of single people can become envious. Breakups hurt and incorporate a trauma of their own. This leads to many forms of maladaptive coping (like any trauma, such as grief) to manifest, such as relapsing, denial, and isolation.

Coping with heartbreak

November 11, 2021
In regards to fatphobia

In regards to fatphobia

October 25, 2021
Understanding Drake and Kanye West’s feud leads into a complicated hole of rivalry, deception, pettiness and mental illness; all stemming mostly from the latter. However, the recent controversy from West, mainly from him releasing Drake’s address through an instagram post, has heads turning. The leak potentially put Drake and his three-year-old son, Adonis, at risk and in harms way. Regardless, the question remains of whether this could deter audiences from listening to, let alone enjoying, Kanye’s music. The profitability of his future endeavors remains unknown, and the larger question of where the path of no return for separating the art from the artist begins.

Battle between GOATs

September 22, 2021
Plastering Native American culture at the forefront of NC’s ‘logo’ directly affects dozens of actual Native Americans, especially when worn by white teens who see their struggles as a joke.  “I think it’s important that we move past these harmful racial stereotypes. I sincerely hope it gets changed,” said Victoria Echevarria.

Madeline: A Proper Warrior

September 24, 2020
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