Why Voting Should Matter to You

Delaney Ohman & Ava Rognlien, Op/Ed Writer & Print Editor

October 22, 2018

To those people who say, “I like to stay out of politics”: this article is for you. Our democratic republic runs on politics—the cost of groceries, your health care, retirement finds, education. These are all surrounded by pol...

College Applications: The Fear Factor

Alison Perkins, Online Editor

October 22, 2018

Senior year is supposedly the best year of our high school careers.  With insane amounts of homework piled on top of Senior Project and trying to hold our part time jobs, we are expected to still find time to go to our final ho...

Kavanaugh: Putting #MeToo Movement To The Test

Ava Rognlien, Print Editor

October 22, 2018

Just hearing the name Brett Kavanagh instantly causes opinions and controversy. Now that name will be heard in the Supreme Court for as long as he lives.   In the heart of the #MeToo movement, the nation was shocked to hea...

Effects of Social Media On Teens

Delaney Ohman and Jackson Zyskowski

October 22, 2018

All of us use social media almost everyday, however most of us don't utilize it beneficially. While social media can connect people and keep teens informed, many would rather text than talk to someone in person, which reduces necess...

Michael’s Murder: The Truth

Siobhan Hernandez, Online Design Editor

September 20, 2018

  Michael Jackson: an icon known around the world, a grammy award winner, the King of Pop, and another name on the list of celebrities lost to an accidental overdose… or so we thought.   Michael Jackson would have celebrated h...

Rappers Get Real: The Presentation of Addiction

Alison Perkins, Online Editor

September 20, 2018

  With murders and overdoses scattered between album dropping, award claiming, and record breaking, this year has been a year of tragedy and triumph in the music industry. With the recent loss of Mac Miller, raising the coun...

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