Colleen Narup, Editor | Dec. 14, 2012: After murdering his mother in their nearby home in Newtown, Conn., a 20-year-old man entered Sandy Hook Elementary School while classes were in session and opened fire, killing six adult staff members and 21 children. June 12, 2016: A 29-year-old, motivated by hatred for the LGBT community, killed … Continue reading Thoughts, Prayers Will Not Save the U.S.
Jennifer Somers, Editor | No longer a child but still not old enough to navigate the world entirely on their own, college years are a strange part of a person’s life. Suddenly cut off from the safety net of their parents, young adults often rely on the approval and support of their peers. According to … Continue reading Hazing Epidemic Plagues College Campuses
Israel Neely, Guest Reporter | “Credible” Adjective. “Offering reasonable grounds for being believed.”Merriam Webster. Adjective. “Worthy of belief or confidence; trustworthy.”Dictionary.com. Adjective. “Not able to be disproven by the end of the interview.”Urban Dictionary. “In a world…” begins the movie trailer. It’s spoken by a deep, throaty, masculine voice – a voice with authority, a voice with credibility. One is driven to believe this faceless man and whatever he has to say about this epic world. Viewers are ready for … Continue reading Society Discredits Women
Emma Eicrhelberger, Guest Reporter | On Halloween night, a little boy walks up to a front door dressed as Elsa, his favorite princess from “Frozen.” His hair is spray-painted white, and he is wearing a store-bought replica of Elsa’s dress from the movie. He is also wearing the happiest smile as pieces of candy fall … Continue reading Elsa, Batman: Gender Roles Limit Children’s Potential
Kody Wagemann, Guest Reporter | "John, if we made [redacted] legal, it would benefit our country as a whole,” Jane said. “I think that it is in our best interest to prioritize our rights to make such choices." "You've been making a strong argument, Jane, but I'd still have to disagree,” John said. “The legalization … Continue reading Disagreements Without Division
Jake Timms, Reporter | It’s that time of the year again, time to turn your attention and look ahead to a big and exciting season in Falcon Athletics. Right out of the gate, the Falcons Soccer team has started off fast despite an early loss to the immensely tough Kansas City Community College. ”I think … Continue reading Jake’s Take: Fall Athletics
Dakota Dintelman, Reporter The North Dakota Access Pipeline has been a war of attrition between two staunch advocates of two opposing views. President Trump recently greenlit the project once again despite undaunted protests by Native Americans and Environmentalists alike. One of the most interesting things about this project is how divided the nation seems to … Continue reading Currency, at what Cost?