California sued for failing students

  Brooklyn Staab | Publicity Manager   December 6, 2020 The pandemic has brought a plethora of issues besides physical health concerns, including lawsuits. There have been multiple lawsuits concerning one major issue: our country’s […]

Tongass National Forest loses protections

Gisele Brandt | Head Editor November 1, 2020 Another ruthless attack on Alaskan wildlife was put into action on Thursday, October 29. President Trump has announced that more than 9.3 million acres of the 9.7 […]

America is following Poland

By Brooklyn Staab | Publicity Manager   November 1, 2020 Just ten days before the election, Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed in a 52-48 vote. For the first time in American history, no senators from the opposing […]

Supporting Trump in 2020

By Harrison York | Head Editor October 30, 2020 Hostility towards conservative Americans has discouraged many from openly sharing their political views. In an election where the stakes have been raised so high, tensions are […]

Presidential Debate 3: The Debatening

By Jill Greene | Head Editor October 23, 2020 Prologue: The Exposition Sweet Jesus. Here we go again. After a first debate bloated with incivility and second-hand embarrassment, as well as a nonexistent second debate, our favorite […]

Debate of The Fly

By Seth Hahn | Writer October 13, 2020 The first and last vice presidential debate for 2020 was beautiful. Obviously, a quality debate such as this deserves to be remembered for a long, long time. […]

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