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Tuning in with Leila: The supposed king of R&B

Tuning in with Leila: The supposed king of R&B

Leila Olukoga, Reporter February 15, 2020

Why does Jacquees consider himself the king of R&B/Soul? I’m not exactly sure.  Jacquees has been in the music industry since 2014, and while he is a renowned artist with great tracks such as...

Feminist Fight Club: Constance Lytton

Feminist Fight Club: Constance Lytton

Sarosh Ismail , Reporter February 13, 2020

Constance Lytton was a woman who grew up without realizing how privileged she was. The only thing she was concerned with was her scandalous love life until she attended a conference that changed how she...

Student merging into the main lane in the upper parking lot to leave school. Usually when the traffic is worse, these merging lanes create big issues.

Parking needs to improve

Mitchell Mayhaw, Reporter February 12, 2020

Last semester during third period, a student's car got hit by another car doing doughnuts in the upper parking lot. This led to the student’s car getting totaled, as well as minor damages to another...

Tuning in with Leila: The Smiths

Tuning in with Leila: The Smiths

Leila Olukoga, Reporter February 8, 2020

I’ve never truly enjoyed listening to any genres of music other than Hip-Hop/Rap and R&B/Soul. If you put on any Dababy or Lucky Daye album, I’m set. However, now that a new year has begun, I decided...

The best and worst moments of the Super Bowl

The best and worst moments of the Super Bowl

Henry Hays, Reporter February 5, 2020

A Sunday filled with junk food, dips and superstitious fans, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31 - 20 in Super Bowl LIV last weekend. Although the game is always the main event,...

The Other Side: Foreign Policy

The Other Side: Foreign Policy

Kate Haas, Managing Editor February 4, 2020

The topic of foreign policy has exploded since the assassination of Qasem Soleimani. The Jan. 3 drone strike on Baghdad International Airport that killed the Iranian war general was authorized by President...

Five fashion trends for 2020

Five fashion trends for 2020

Katlynn Fox, Managing Editor January 31, 2020

With the turn of a new decade, bidding goodbye to trends of the 2010’s could be relieving for many people. However, along with the loss of old trends, the new year brings refreshing new fashion fads...

Top three books of 2019

Top three books of 2019

Hailey Dirks, Web Editor January 27, 2020

2019 was a year of changes for me -- not only aspects of my life in general but also my reading tastes. I used to read all things Young Adult, from “Uglies” by Scott Westerfeld to “Beautiful Creatures”...

Hang up and hang out

Hang up and hang out

Sarosh Ismail , Reporter December 19, 2019

Reflecting back on how many nights I’ve stayed watching TV or wasting time, I realize how productive I could have been. Because of my late-night escapades, I often find myself feeling tired and impotent....

Self care is not selfish

Self care is not selfish

Hailey Dirks, Reporter December 19, 2019

Self care is a hot topic these days: the “treat yourself” movement fills social media platforms with influencers promoting the next best thing that will guarantee true happiness and success. Self care...

Four things you need to know before you see “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”

Four things you need to know before you see “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”

Hailey Dirks, Reporter December 17, 2019

The highly anticipated final installment of the “Star Wars” franchise releases on Dec. 20. With two years since the release of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” fans have been missing this part of the...

“Green” Christmas

“Green” Christmas

Katlynn Fox, Reporter December 16, 2019

When the holiday season rolls around, people usually become frantic, stressed or burdened; similarly, the Earth feels the same way. The environmental impacts of Christmas consumerism are actively contributing...

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