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How to: Live it up in Quarantine

Olivia Rezen, Reporter

April 30, 2020

Cook/bake: I’ve found myself to be cooking/baking a lot in quarantine. Personally, I feel a sense of accomplishment when I present my family members with a plate of warm cookies or muffins and get to see their delighted reac...

Making Blueberry Tarts

Olivia Rezen, Reporter

April 30, 2020

I put BuzzFeed Tasty to the test by making blueberry tarts.   As I began to prepare the kitchen and gather all of the ingredients, loneliness crept in. Of course I miss my ‘Tasty Crew’ but Tasty must be tested one w...

Disconnected: Education without Connection

Caroline Connolly, Web Editor; Reporter

April 8, 2020

With the vast majority of schools switching over to remote learning, many students are being left behind. Nationalized online education is feasible for the first time in history due to a largely globalized society, but distric...

A Review of Yves Tumor’s New Album, “Heaven To A Tortured Mind”

Reiden Ogden, Reporter and Music Columnist

April 8, 2020

Yves Tumor has an extremely eclectic style that bleeds into every aspect of his audio and visual output. Tumor’s third album balances the line of nostalgia and futurism with an energetic fervor. Using every corner of the sonic...

Daniel Reviews: thank u, next

Daniel Brinkmeyer, Reporter

March 6, 2019

I hate to be that person, but I was obsessed with Ariana Grande before it was cool. Since the beginning of 8th grade year, she’s been my rock, my whistle, and my everything. The entire summer before I entered high school was ...

Proof that Climate Change is a Hoax

Alicia Stout, Guest Writer

February 13, 2019

 The winter season brings with it a variety of vices: biting winds, frostbit fingers, dry skin and ears so cold you can hardly feel them. These fierce, Midwestern winters are a common enemy to all of us. If only there was a ...

The Now – And Our Tendency to Ignore It

Gabrielle Rivera Kroenke, Guest Columnist

February 13, 2019

I recently had the best experience of my life: a Panic! At The Disco concert. I won’t talk about Brendon Urie’s insane vocals or the floating piano, or I’ll go on forever. The point is, I had the happiest night of my life,...

The Power of YEET

Melyna Auten, Guest Columnist

February 13, 2019

Internet slang is a powerful force in the English language.

The Cost of College

Nick Johnson, Guest Columnist

February 13, 2019

Not everything is so Pitch Perfect when it comes to college. In the time between 1980 and 2018, the average cost of tuition has risen to about $24,000--up 260 percent from what it was 50 years ago. The debt caused by tuition fees...

Pro/Con: Should Sex Education Focus on Abstinence?

Dana Labart and Daniel Brinkmeyer

January 16, 2019

Pro: Yes, Abstinence is the most effective form of birth control.  By: Dana Labart Abstinence is making the choice to not have sex or refraining from any type of sexual activity. I believe that this is completely doable...

Are We Truly Free to Be Individuals?

Haylee Harrell, Reporter

January 10, 2019

As a country, the United States is famous for its groundbreaking policies on individual freedom. From freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition, to the right to keep and bear arms and the right to due process of law...

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