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OPINION

The bright side of coronavirus

The bright side of coronavirus

Isaac Lance, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

Changes due to coronavirus has made our society come together and become unified despite the many social restrictions and increasing fringe group rhetoric. With the still rising cases of COVID-19 and...

Mainstream media: Manipulative, and most of the time, one-sided

Mainstream media: Manipulative, and most of the time, one-sided

Peyton Killinger, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

When you dive deep into the media, you may notice something. Many mainstream media platforms are one sided. They are liberal, left leaning, and very biased. What does this do for the other side? It silences...

Worries

Aubrey Williamson, Columnist May 27, 2021

 Helpers #1 10-9-20   Hello! Aubrey here with a new health paragraph! Today's topic is fidgeting!  Fidgeting is a big effect on kids with anxiety, and some pick or pull hair to fidget too! These...

Long live the worrying thoughts that anxiety creates

Long live the worrying thoughts that anxiety creates

Samantha Stitt, Assistant Editor April 21, 2021

Anxiety doesn’t care if you are having a good day or are relaxed. It always comes around. Teens are feeling that they have to face anxiety alone but they are not alone.  “A teenage anxiety problem...

COVID killed my spiritual health

COVID killed my spiritual health

Lucia Bottlikova, Reporter March 28, 2021

When the churches shut down, we all shut down. I stopped going to the church because of fear, concerns about the virus, and sadly—laziness. “Make sure you're spiritually healthy, too, not just physically...

Record sleeve for Weezer’s “OK Human,” the new album, arrived 1/29.

“Ok Human” by Weezer is much better than “okay”

Isaac Lance, Staff Reporter February 12, 2021

Weezer’s newest album “Ok Human” is nearly a return to roots for the band. The album itself presents a new form of music that is different from what Weezer usually does. The album, rather than distinguishing...

President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. takes the presidential oath of office at the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2021. Once the oath was completed, Biden became the 46th President of the United States of America.

President Biden’s inaugural speech on hope and unity

Isaac Lance, Staff Reporter January 28, 2021

On Jan. 20, 2021, transfer of power between presidents was completed. Many Americans already know this. We know what President Biden said and the various promises made. The President focused on unity throughout...

Misguided Americans disgrace our democracy with a riot in the U.S. capitol

Misguided Americans disgrace our democracy with a riot in the U.S. capitol

Isaac Lance, Reporter January 21, 2021

Surely, the reason cannot be a theory of election fraud born of unsubstantiated claims and disproven evidence? Surely, this unwarranted violence and disruption of the democratic process of the United States...

Raise Your Voice Column: Turn procrastination into motivation

Raise Your Voice Column: Turn procrastination into motivation

Kaitelyn Walker, Editor-In-Chief December 9, 2020

I am about as productive as someone trying to herd cats when it comes to online school. You might think that is an exaggeration, and boy, do I wish it was.  Now, I have always had a struggle with time...

Raise Your Voice Column: Not every mental illness is visible

Raise Your Voice Column: Not every mental illness is visible

Kaitelyn Walker, Opinion editor March 6, 2020

5 a.m. - My alarm demands me to start the day after only 5 hours of sleep. 5:20 a.m. - My energy kicks in as I look for breakfast, so my mom hands me my long acting Concerta. 5:50 a.m. - Thoughts...

Close–knit communities need closer places for teens to work

Hannah Bolton , Editor in chief March 5, 2020

Imagine you spend eight hours in school, one or two hours for extra curricular, and then have to drive for the same amount of time to get to work. This is the life of a rural student—students who have...

5G, the new necessity connecting cities to rural wasteland

Hannah Bolton , Editor in chief March 4, 2020

Latency. Bandwidth. Coverage. Capacity. Density. These are the promises of 5G. While these serve as a nice commodity for many, they are crucial for rural areas. As technology has become more prominent...

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