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The Reality of the American Dream

Written by Zoey Foss, Editorial editor March 16, 2021

Since its early days, America has been a beacon of hope for immigrants and the poor. It's shown that no matter where you came from, or where you started, you can make it to the top. It’s so well known...

The Paris Climate Agreement

The Paris Climate Agreement

Written by McKenna Orrico, News Editor February 23, 2021

With the new administration officially in office, the United States is going through changes. One of these changes is the re-entering of the Paris Climate Agreement, also referred to as the Paris Agreement....

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Model UN – Exploring Beliefs

Written by Alyssa Papesh, Features Editor December 1, 2020

The elephant in the room should probably be addressed. It’s understandable that most political views are not even close to being satisfied, especially in this year’s election. However, there are ways...

Rest in Power; The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Rest in Power; The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Written by Annie Coniglio, News Editor October 6, 2020

For 27 years, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a supreme court judge advocating for women’s rights and gender equality. Appointed in 1993, by President Bill Clinton, she became the second female justice in the...

Republican-led Congress passes new tax bill

Written by Zayne Giertuga, Staff Writer February 2, 2018

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, along with the entire House of Representatives, passed a tax bill onto President Donald Trump. The President signed the bill, and it is passed to the judicial branch where...

An open letter to protesters

Written by Adriana Watson, Editorial Editor January 24, 2017

Dear protesters, I get it if you’re mad. You got Donald Trump as president, and the Alt-Right is beating you down one politician at a time. But come on! Have a little respect. Just because you don’t...