What not to do over Spring Break

What not to do over Spring Break

Devery Jakubos and Charlie Petersen

March 23, 2016

Spring Break 2k16 is right around the corner.

Tips to help you thrift

Tips to help you thrift

Kyra Moen, Opinion Editor

March 10, 2016

There are some brands that can make people cry when they look at the price tag in their respective stores. If this sounds like you, thrift shopping could be your savior.

Pro vs. Con: Valentine’s Day

Pro vs. Con: Valentine’s Day

Bennett Halek and Michael Gottschalk

February 24, 2016

Valentine's Day: lighthearted day of love or annoying day of chalky candy hearts?

Poehler and Fey: sister dream team

Poehler and Fey: sister dream team

Kathleen Isenegger, Opinion Editor

February 23, 2016

Sisters is the perfect combination of pee-your-pants comedy and heartwarming moments of true-to-life sisterly love.

New midterm schedule adds to senior stress

New midterm schedule adds to senior stress

Aubrey Klein, Staff Writer

January 20, 2016

Change can be a good thing, but in this case it does not seem to be comforting many students.

Bring it back now: A look at 100 years ago, while facing the future

Bring it back now: A look at 100 years ago, while facing the future

Kyra Moen, Opinion Editor

January 19, 2016

If we look back a hundred years to 1916, we can see what the people of the world accomplished then and feel inspired now due to how far mankind has come and how much further we can go.

New year, new me

New year, new me

Kaylee Hamilton, InDesign Editor

January 8, 2016

According to an article on Forbes.com, only 8% of those who set their new year's resolutions actually achieve them. We should not give up on our dreams and ambitions only a few days into the year. Start your goals off small and set a deadline.

2016 predictions: the year of satire

2016 predictions: the year of satire

Kira Cleer and Ben Wood

December 15, 2015

Ben Wood and Kira Cleer’s satirical predictions for 2016. Who knows what could happen?

Starbucks, stop trying to eat Christmas!

Starbucks, stop trying to eat Christmas!

Kathleen Isenegger and Alex Adle

December 15, 2015

The Starbucks controversy is just one example of a much larger issue: the debate between wishing people a “Merry Christmas”, or the more politically-correct “Happy Holidays.”

When am I going to use this in real life?

When am I going to use this in real life?

Kyra Moen, Co-Opinion editor

December 10, 2015

You’re sitting in a cheap, wobbly, plastic chair under the harsh fluorescent lights that not only serve as illumination, but also as a reminder of the scarcity of windows in the bland prison you find yourself confined in several hours a day.

Kobe Bryant’s career comes to a close

Kobe Bryant’s career comes to a close

Bennett Halek, Staff Writer

December 9, 2015

20 years ago a young rookie named Kobe Bryant made his NBA debut as an LA Laker in a game he scored only a low six points. Fast forward 10 years and Bryant dropped his legendary 81 points in a single game against the Toronto Raptors.

Guns and gun laws

Guns and gun laws

Lindsay Barnett, Staff Writer

November 29, 2015

A constant battle exists in the United States on whether or not guns should be pulled from the shelves or be as readily available as they are. As a gun ends the life of one and saves the life of another, what should be done to maintain a more secure country?

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