The return of the little green men

Savannah Gresham | Writer May 28 2021 The cicadas are back. Billions of them. Maybe even trillions. While this is great news for birds and fans of exotic cuisine, it is bad news for light […]

SCOTUS agrees to hear Mississippi abortion petition

Reaghan Mulligan | Opinion Editor May 20, 2021 The continuous polarization of ‘pro-choice’ and ‘pro-life’ rhetoric has no obvious intentions of letting up anytime soon. A Mississippi petition, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, opened […]

Cats are better than dogs

Seth Hahn | Writer May 20, 2021 The lifelong debate is finally coming to an end. People have been discussing this topic since the beginning of time to no avail. What animal is better, cats […]

Year in review of online learning

Amy Parr | Head Editor May 20, 2021 This school year has been like no other. We started out 100% online, five days a week for the first few months, but eventually students got the […]

Biden’s first 100 days

Ben Meyler | Writer May 7, 2021 On April 29, President Joe Biden hit the milestone of his first 100 days in office. Many of Biden’s actions over the duration of these months have been aimed […]

The cost of college is too expensive 

Kate Hedger | Head Editor April 29, 2021 These days, being able to go to college doesn’t just depend on a person’s grades, test scores, or extracurriculars anymore, it also depends on how much money […]

The death of Daunte Wright

Eden Milligan | Head Editor April 16, 2021 On April 12, just ten miles from the street where George Floyd was killed in May, Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, was shot and killed by […]

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