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‘Fake News:’ Media are the enemy

October 31, 2018

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor “The media has a responsibility to set a civil tone.” This is what President Donald Trump said during a rally at Wisconsin. It might be time for Trump to take his . . .

Pyrokinesis in a crowded room

October 31, 2018

Jason Hertz Multimedia Editor The science of human communication is a constant quest for answers. New words are created by members of the public and added to languages every year by respected dictionary publishers. One . . .

Banning Straws is a good first step

October 31, 2018

Sky Meade Staff Writer As humans, we create a lot of trash, whether it’s from eating plastic-wrapped food or drinking from plastic bottles. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, each person creates about 4.4 pounds . . .

Some of us need straws: stop banning them

October 20, 2018

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor There has been a lot of buzz about the state of California banning the use of single-use straws. It is a win for the environmentalists, I will say that, and they . . .

#Adulting? Is this what achievement looks like?

October 18, 2018

Kristin Donaldson Staff Writer The mundane, ordinary task that some of us have been doing since our teens or even early childhood has been deemed an adult over achievement by the term “adulting.” Adulting is . . .

#metoo or #himtoo?

October 3, 2018

Skyler Meade Staff Writer On twitter the hashtag #HimToo started to go around a few days ago. The hashtag is claiming that no one of the male gender is safe because women can easily get . . .

The Stigma that will not break

September 28, 2018

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor There is a stigma against mental health care it seems to me. Wherever the source of this renewed stigma, it has begun to affect those who want to get help and . . .

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