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Students should be more active and informed when voting

Students should be more active and informed when voting

Ellie Wendt, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016


Filed under Double Truck

Due to this year’s controversial issues and candidates alike, now more than ever has the call to vote been so necessary, especially for our young generation. Voting is a privilege; a right people around the world continuously put their life at stake for. Here in America, we enjoy the freedom to ...

Clinton and Trump: The future of our education

Clinton and Trump: The future of our education

Elisa Thomas, Staff Reporter

September 16, 2016


Filed under News

The 2016 Elections are sneaking up on us. Although most of us cannot vote, it’s still important to know the main candidates stance on topics that affect us. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the two candidates butting heads in this race. So where do they stand when it comes to our education? Common...

An unlikely Conspiracy Theory gains momentum

An unlikely Conspiracy Theory gains momentum

Lucas Smith, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2016


Filed under Opinions

Ever since the 1960’s with the CIA’s attempts to discredit the John F. Kennedy Assassination, conspiracy theories have been created in order to provide the impossible desire of an event. This forming a certain possibility that can make something so farfetched seem so unreal. Other examples being...

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