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 […]

Minnesota Rape Laws

Brooklyn Staab | Student Life Editor  April 4, 2021  During a Minnesota Supreme Court Case last week, it was decided that if a woman chooses to be intoxicated, she is willingly putting herself at risk […]

This April, don’t light it up blue

Jill Greene | Head Editor March 25, 2021 April is popularly known as “Autism Awareness Month,” a time designated to bring awareness to autistic stories, communities, and individuals. People might feel inclined to show their […]

Why Android phones aren’t bad

Seth Hahn | Writer March 25, 2021 Many people strongly dislike Android phones, boldly stating that Apple phones are better in every possible way. And while they both have their benefits and pitfalls, neither are […]

Cancel Culture: is it effective?

Savannah Gresham | Writer March 5, 2021 Cancel culture has been a prevailing attitude in the Western zeitgeist since 2015. But have the people who have championed this digital boycotting really made the world a […]

Holding Biden accountable

Mia Costales | News Editor March 5, 2021 In just the short time President Biden has been in office, he has deported hundreds of immigrants, gave up on passing a bill to raise the minimum […]

Exploding San Clemente housing market

By: Sage Brislen | Writer March 1, 2021 An ocean view is in high demand when it comes to house hunting. As well as its geography, San Clemente offers everything the suburbs boast: good schooling, […]

Black History Month is here!

Amy Parr | Head Editor February 7, 2021 Black History Month, a month dedicated to honoring Black achievements, has its origins way back in with 1915 with Carter G. Woodson, who was born to former […]

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