Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood

Madeline DiPalmer, Entertainment Page Editor

December 5, 2016


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Many people think of one thing when they hear Planned Parenthood, abortion. But what many people don't know is that Planned Parenthood is so much more than that. This is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care services in the United States, as well as globally. Planned Parent...

The Trump Card

The Trump Card

Kyle LeDuc, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


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Donald Trump speaks his mind and that’s one of the reasons why I am a supporter of him. Many people are behind him because they are sick and tired of the majority of candidates who are politically correct all the time. I, for one, would like to live in a nation that isn’t afraid to speak its mind. T...

Why He Shouldn’t Take Office

Why He Shouldn’t Take Office

Anna Costa, Editorial Page Editor

October 14, 2016


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We have a man who seems to have taken the whole country by storm running for the president of the United States of America, but should he really be running? Donald J. Trump is a man who seems to think the world of himself and what he can do for our nation. Though is he not the person we want to lead ou...

It Can’t End Here

It Can’t End Here

Ryan Pfingst, World Page Editor

October 14, 2016


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Over the past year, Bernie Sanders has initiated a political revolution, one that cannot and will not end here. Unfortunately, this underdog candidate will not become our president, as he is not the democratic nominee. However, as his campaign was unlike any other, the effect it had cannot be assesse...

Pro Life vs Pro Choice

Catie Abel, Random Page Editor

June 9, 2016


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Throughout the past decades abortion has been a very controversial topic between the politicians, religious activists, and news media. There have been two very opposing sides in discussing this topic, pro-life and pro-choice. Pro-life is an anti-abortionist movement that opposes legal abortions and a...

Do You Voice Your Truth?

Dorothy Finney, Staff Writer

June 9, 2016


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The world is composed of comments, whether it's on the internet, in the newspapers, or verbally spoken. We can’t help but comment on what we like or dislike. Opinions are however, extremely influential to the opinions of others. When one sees a comment expressing another's opinion what goes through the...

Love is in the Hallways

Love is in the Hallways

Lexi DeFreese, Staff Writer

February 2, 2016


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Relationships are hard to begin with, and being in a high school relationship can make it even harder; 61% of teenage students have been in “love,”or so they say. As a teenager, school should always be your number one priority, after all, it decides your future. But, the future is also in your ha...

The Issue With Trump

The Issue With Trump

Ben Tate, Staff Writer

December 22, 2015


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  For quite a while now, people have debated over whether or not to vote Donald Trump for President of the United States. Some have bashed him and accused him of being racist, sexist, and otherwise discriminatory; while others have portrayed him as a promising voice for the country of America. ...

Two is Not Always Better Than One

Two is Not Always Better Than One

Nicole Ramirez, Editorial

November 18, 2015


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Have you ever watched a movie and fell completely head over heels in love with it, only to have it ruined in its’ entirety by a sequel? Any specific movies that comes to mind, like Mean Girls 2 and/or Grease 2? These movies had a lot of anticipation and hype to live up to, but ended up falling shor...

Lessons of Love

Lessons of Love

Olivia Astorino, Entertainment Page

November 18, 2015


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When children are little, there's always an overwhelming feeling of excitement when we step into our grandparents’ house. You never knew what you were going to do with them or what you were going to learn from them. When we get older we really realize how they teach us and how much they really mean...

Whispered Words: Let it be

Julia Seastrand and Kylie VanLuvender

November 18, 2015


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Immediately when teens become parents, they are subjected to judgment, stereotyping, and discrimination. It’s expected of them to drop out of school, not go to college, execute a life with little accomplishments, and apply for government benefits. Since the 90’s the rate of teen pregnancy has de...

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