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Why Fish are Disappearing

Makenna Anderson, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

With an ocean that covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, it’s hard to imagine creatures that live in a habitat this big are disappearing. One specific example is an animal that most people think is abundant, but their ...

Fall and winter activities

Livia Ziskey, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

The seasons are changing. Summer has bid farewell and is making room for the cooler, crisper days of fall and winter. The lemonade and popsicles become pumpkin spice lattes and apple pie. For some, the end of summer may be equivalent...

The final impeachment theory

Blayke Olson, Staff writer

October 8, 2019

Recent allegations of bribery and potential abuse of power by President Donald Trump in exchange for getting dirt on presidential candidate Joe Biden is the latest scandal rocking Washington. House Democrats have announced that they a...

Why your cute, little house plants are good for you

Elena Correa, Staff writer

October 8, 2019

     Looking for a cute aesthetic with amazing health benefits? Try house plants! House plants have been used as small add-ins to a room, but they aren’t just adorable decorations. They’ve been proven to improve numerous...

Eco Emma: plastic alternatives in grocery stores

Emma Whaley, Editor-in-Cheif

October 8, 2019

As the planet rapidly gets suffocated by plastic, many have asked how they can help. Think about where most of your plastic waste comes from. What’s wrapped in cling film, sealed in plastic bags and stored in plastic lined ca...

Transplant: Mind, Body, Place

Daisy Friedman, Design Editor

October 8, 2019

There seems to be a moment in every persons life in which something shifts in such a dramatic way it will change their lives forever. Some peoples moments come when they declare a major in college, or some come from their first...

Banned Books Week helps bring awareness to censorship in books

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

The week of Sept. 22-28 may have been homecoming week, but there was also another event going on during this time. Every year, the American Library Association sponsors Banned Books Week, which dedicates one week in September...

Halloween become too commercialized

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

October 6, 2019

Every year when October rolls around, all minds drift to the thought of Halloween. Even in the month of September, and in some cases, August, stores already have a Halloween festive section filled with candy corn and pumpkins....

Hopeful Huskers

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

119 yards in penalties, four turnovers, questionable officiating, on the road as a double-digit favorite. That sounds like a recipe for disaster, and it sounds like a crushing season-ending loss in the Mike Riley, Bo Pelini or B...

How to stay off trend

Jane Gawecki, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

Browsing through the internet as a fashion-lover can pose far too many risks and underlying baits. By using cookies, websites and apps can lead an unsuspecting user into a trap, formally known as “The Basic Girl Flow.” Once e...

Growing up is a way to live more, not less

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

Not many songs make me cry. However, in the beginning of last summer, my family decided to watch graduation videos in preparation for my brother’s graduation party. The song “You’re Gonna Miss This” by Trace Adkins came...

Schools should implement gender neutral dress codes

Elena Correa, Staff Writer

September 6, 2019

         Many people have come to see clothing as a form of expression as opposed to just a show of status. This new idea has started a discussion about old dress codes and traditional ideas of clothing. Typically, these...

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