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Bruised, broken

Bruised, broken

October 15, 2015

Parking pandemonium

Caroline May, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2015

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Colorguard’s morning practice is causing parking conflict You slept in late because your alarm didn’t go off. Or maybe you went out to breakfast with your family. Maybe you had to drop your brother off at school since he ...

Love thy neighbor, obey thy law

Kristin Gooch, Video Editor

September 18, 2015

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

County clerk should be under fire for denying marriage licenses  A Kentucky clerk was released from jail Sept. 8 for breaking federal law. Following “God’s authority” Kim Davis was jailed for not issuing marriage license...

Looking for new respect: Students should revere teachers

Allie Dorsey, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2015

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

School is a time for learning, it is a privilege and we take that for granted. School is not a playground where we can horse around and do as we please. Say for instance there is a group of people in one of your classes and...

With immigration comes difficulties: racism, rude comments and stereotypes

Andrea Coca, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2015

Filed under Blogs, Opinions, Worldwide

Imagine moving to a country where you have no idea how to speak its language at all. You leave your family behind for the chance at a better life. Being poor in America does not compare to the poverty-stricken people in other...

Becoming a leader

Kailee Zercher, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2015

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

In a world full of followers, how are leaders identified? What does it take to be a leader? There are so many different opinions, perspectives, and ideas in this world that come with being a leader that it’s hard to narr...

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