• Opinion

    The case for a younger president

    BY RYAN SCAFURI This next election cycle is an incredibly exciting one for many people, but for me especially it’s a massive occasion. During this next election I will be able to cast an official [...]
  • Opinion

    Time to say ‘goodbye’ to marine life

    BY CAITLIN BERTOLINO “It’s just one plastic straw,”said 7.53 billion people in the world. In recent years, the debate about plastic use, especially single use plastic products, has become both urgent and controversial. Some argue [...]
  • Opinion

    Teachers not shooters

    BY ALEX COLUMBIA Imagine that your high school math teacher has a gun inside her classroom ready to shoot the minute there is an alarm of an active shooter inside the school.  This may be [...]
  • Features

    “Fast food culture” in high schools

    BY AMANDA HEPBURN, ERIC SCHAFER, RACHEL SKINNER The sound of crinkling McDonald’s wrappers and the smell of sugary donuts is becoming more and more common in American high schools as the school cafeteria does not [...]
  • Opinion

    Lie until they listen

    BY ALEX COLUMBIA, JAKE LYONS, RYAN SCAFURI Have you ever heard something so blatantly false, you couldn’t help but tell that person just how wrong they were? Now imagine hearing that on your TV everyday, [...]
  • Creative Challenge

    The Bermuda Triangle is still a mystery

    BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER There are many phenomena about which we know very little.  Among them is the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. What really happens to those who venture within its boundaries?  What happened to [...]
  • Opinion

    What motivates evil?

    BY BRIAN CONNOLLY When a person or group of people commit a terrible act against humanity, through torture, killings, or whatever it may be, most people have trouble understanding what motivated such actions to occur. [...]



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