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Snacks around the states

Snacks around the states

September 27, 2018

Gerrymandering in Texas

Ehsan Kapadia, Staffer

September 26, 2018

Filed under OpEds & Reviews

Students are often reminded to appreciate our “fair” voting process. Supposedly, every citizen has an equal vote, worth no more or less than a friend living 15 minutes away. Unfortunately, congressional redistricting makes the reality...

Cyber security

Cyber security

September 20, 2018

RBG: a true American icon

Ava Iversen, Section Editor

May 23, 2018

Filed under OpEds & Reviews

This past weekend was the perfect time to go to the movies. Wanting to experiment with seeing more documentary type films, I decided to see the new film about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, RBG. Me, usually not interested in having docume...

Wire lights

Abigail Washam, Section Editor

May 23, 2018

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Since I am graduating and going to college next year, I have been doing a lot of searching for ways to organize and decorate my room. I happened to come across a picture of these cool looking lights for a dorm room that you could ...

The big debate

Maddy Collins, Staffer

May 23, 2018

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Grade point average is major factor that contributes to college admissions, a common way that a lot of students increase their grade point average is by taking advanced placement (AP) classes. AP classes allows students the opp...

Are AP classes worth it?

Caroline Hill, Staffer

May 23, 2018

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AP classes are a great way to get college credit in high school and they can also lead to a GPA boost. However, many students ask the question: are AP classes worth taking? To begin with, AP classes are a great way to get ahead in colleg...

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