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Political ads suck

November 15, 2018 9:24pm | Evan Moore

Honestly who likes political ads? Nobody likes being interrupted by amendment 17 ads or Jason Crow ads.  Everybody just wants to watch their YouTube video and get on with life. The thing is, no one cares about these ads. They don’t really prove a point […]

Black Friday ruins the holidays for families in retail

November 14, 2018 5:02am | Ashlyn Moore

My parents have worked in retail for nearly my entire life. My mom has worked at The Home Depot since I was a little under a year old and my dad has worked at Target since I was seven. Recently I also got a job […]

Mi experiencia con Mike Coffman

November 6, 2018 8:22pm | Lupita Roman

Fue unas semanas después de la elección. Estaba muy afectada por los resultados y quería hacer algo para cambiar las cosas. Fuera lo que sea, yo quería cambiar algo en una manera. Yo soy indocumentada, sin miedo. Pero antes, yo no le quería decir a […]

Why voting matters

November 3, 2018 2:40am | Hayley Limes

In the recent years, a question that proliferated among many of the younger generation has been “Does my vote really matter?”Many are under the impression that their individual vote will not change the course of elections, which, on the surface is true. Going through the […]

The difficulties of political differences in a household

November 2, 2018 3:22am | Morgan Sholes

My dad and I don’t always get along and one of the most common reason for our disagreements is political differences. He is a very right leaning republican and, while I agree mostly with the ideals of the green party, I would vote democratic. This […]

Voting effects on minors

November 1, 2018 4:38am | Megan Montgomery, Abby Sawicki, Sloane Smith

As someone many years under the voting age, watching bills pass or get vetoed constantly gets a little frustrating. Our peers who are graduating this upcoming May are voting on bills and grants that will directly affect us, whether it’s at school or in our […]

The disappointment behind the senior shirts

September 21, 2018 10:36pm | Ashlyn Moore

As a senior, I’ve learned to accept disappointment. Whether that’s not getting 100% on every test or homework assignment, not getting a leadership position, or not getting a solo in an activity. I’ve had it all. It’s something I’ve come to live with and accept. […]

Valentine’s Day is not just for significant others

February 14, 2018 9:03pm | Olivia Graham

Valentine’s Day is a holiday of love and couples giving each other flowers and candy.  At least that is what people think, and they have mixed feelings about this holiday. Either they hate it because they don’t have a significant other or they think it […]

Oh Snap: Snapchat update betrays user base

February 8, 2018 5:37am | Molly Rosales

Snapchat, oh Snapchat. What happened? You were so perfect. Swipe left, your friends. Swipe right, a plethora of insight. That’s how it always was. That’s how it should’ve always been… There wasn’t any warning, I didn’t even allow it to happen. One second you were […]

Crimes in the cafeteria: district fork policy is spoiling your lunch

January 15, 2018 1:08am | Eli Demosthenes

Forks. Let’s talk about forks. All these serious global issues are happening and I want to talk about forks. Just yesterday, a false missile launch warning had Hawaiians worried for their lives and I want to talk about forks. Children are starving and corrupt politicians […]