The Precedent

We can all learn something from Saint Valentine

Tya Mounlachack, Opinion Editor

February 12, 2019


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This week millions of people around the world will be signing cute cards and gifting romantic roses to their loved ones and in many of them, they will sign off with the classic phrase: Your Valentine. But how much do you really know about the “Hallmark Holiday?” Do you know the kindness and selflessness fr...

An Egg, Internet Mobs, and the Golden Rule

An Egg, Internet Mobs, and the Golden Rule

Grant Williams

February 7, 2019


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       Having amassed over 50 million likes on Instagram in just over two weeks, a seemingly unimportant photo of an egg has captured the attention of national media outlets after handily dethroning Kylie Jenner’s baby as the most-liked Instagram post.       This novelty success of the @wo...

A single’s guide to Valentine’s Day

A single’s guide to Valentine’s Day

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019


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We all know the struggle. February 1st hits, and all of a sudden girls and guys alike get hearts in their eyes. The halls become crowded with cuddly couples who swear they are going to be together forever. Then comes the 14th and all hell breaks loose. For those of you who don’t have a special someone ...

Valentines Day is not overrated

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019


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Valentine’s Day does not have to always be filled with teddy bears, red roses, and heart-shaped chocolates; it can simply be a day to show your loved ones how much you care about them. Valentine’s Day tends to receive a negative reputation from all the singles out there. Some may argue that it is ...

Valentine’s day is overrated

Valentine’s day is overrated

Nadine Loureiro, staff reporter

February 1, 2019


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Overpriced chocolate, cheesy social media posts, stuffed animals, and sickly sweet cards. What do these four elements make up? Singles awareness day, or as we all know it as, Valentine’s day. The season of overwhelming, excessive romantic gestures and annoying captions that are along the lines of, ...

Worth the hype?

Isabel Behrendt, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019


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Everyone across campus, even if not by name, knows that group of wild, decked-out students at sporting events cheering on the team. Behind this lively student section is a club called the "hype squad." This group chooses themes for sporting events, promotes important dates on social media, and motivat...

War with parking

Abby Knoblock, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019


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As every student knows, the parking lot is a huge, controversial topic between students and staff.  Whether it is parents parking in the students spots, dropping off kids in the wrong parking lots or students stealing other students spots, the parking lots are a practically a war zone. Coming to sc...

OUR TAKE on distance runners

OUR TAKE on distance runners

Kenna Cassey, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019


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With track starting around the corner and the successful cross country team’s season coming to an end, I have noticed how underrated long distance runners are. They are always running, mile after mile, to prepare for their next race. They train long hours, running around campus before the sun rise...

Point/Counterpoint: Too Soon or Too Late? Christmas festivities beginning to deck the halls raises seasonal controversial events

Point/Counterpoint: Too Soon or Too Late? Christmas festivities beginning to deck the halls  raises seasonal controversial events

Drew Charlet, Web Editor

January 15, 2019


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This part of the year is about gaining weight, spending time with family, and showing festivity. After Thanksgiving the holiday festivities begin for many families, but is that too early? Is it just right? This Point/Counterpoint will go and decide when the perfect time too start the festive holiday...

Top 10 Holiday gift Ideas

Drew Charlet, Web Editor

December 18, 2018


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It is the time of year where you spend time, and money on friends and family. To show your appreciation and love towards them you give them gifts but naturally you do not want to break the bank. Now there are some people who will say “I don't want anything,” but you're obligated to get something for ...

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