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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...

Women step into new positions of authority

Women step into new positions of authority

Michelle Bolden, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2016


Filed under Opinions

If power was personified, it would likely be a stern, hard-faced man; the embodiment of masculinity. Personally, men are first to come to mind when I think of authority in the business world. However, we are evolving into a society in which women are able to step up and fill these positions just as we...

Editorial: Scars left by social media post can last a lifetime

Aja Diffin and Sarah Campbell

February 3, 2016


Filed under Award Winners, Opinions

Every day we hear adults or our parents and authorities dole out constant warnings about what we post on social media. For most of us, those warnings go in one ear and out the other, thinking we have total control over who sees what we post. Unfortunately, it is not until an irreversible mistake is made...

The importance of learning a foreign language

Mackeznie Ness, Staff Reporter

January 20, 2015


Filed under Features, Opinions

The idea of being forced to take another language in school can seem rather tedious and unnecessary.   Why would we need to learn another language? The world revolves around the United States anyways, right? However, this thought process is often misguided.  As this world progresses, the level of...

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