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Ancient Egyptian city discovered after three thousand years

Ancient Egyptian city discovered after three thousand years

April 19, 2021

After 3000 years, an ancient Egyptian city has been discovered.Archeologists were amazed to find that this city was almost perfectly preserved after all of this time. The city was in pristine condition,...

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History of the filibuster

Paul Navis
February 19, 2021

During the 2020 Election, voters gave the Democratic Party control of the White House and put the Senate to a 50/50 split, where Vice President Kamala can tie break.  So why does it seem to many that...

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Gamestop Stock Up

Paul Navis
February 4, 2021

Gamestop, a dying company in the eyes of short-sellers, has managed to make the news lately. What began as a social media joke, now has short sellers on edge. Gamestop and the validity of at home stock...

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The importance of Tradition

The importance of Tradition

Paul Navis
December 22, 2020

As holiday break approaches many are spending time with family and friends. Many have traditions they are used to doing year after year. Having these important traditions whether it be for Christmas, Hanukkah,...

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Christmas Decoration

Aneecia Owens, Editor
December 15, 2020

Christmas is approaching fast and people are already feeling the spirit, while others aren’t super enthusiastic. The debate on when people should be up their Christmas decorations has been going on for...

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The cost of first place

Grace Nichols
November 30, 2020

Many do not know or are not aware of the underlying abuse that goes on in the equestrian world, but by learning of the secrets that go unnoticed to the regular eye, people can help end the mistreatment...

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National Coming Out Day celebrates self acceptance

Taylor Frick
October 26, 2020

On October 11th, people around the world celebrated National Coming Out Day, an annual LGBTQ+ awareness day that spreads pride and brings the community together. It is an important day for young people...

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The importance of a bachelor’s degree

Taylor Frick
September 28, 2020

Through the evolution of education, many jobs now require their employees to at least have a bachelor’s degree. As the labor market has developed, so too have the education requirements to meet the needs...

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Guide to the Unwanted Pest and Household Nuisance

Paul Navis
September 28, 2020

Many unwanted creatures invade people’s houses every year. Bats in the attic, bugs crawling on the ground, snakes in the garage, birds in the chimney: all of these creatures have a tendency to invade...

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Tattoos and piercings in the workplace

Taylor Frick
September 18, 2020

Historically, tattoos and facial piercings have been considered unprofessional and improper in a workplace, but that mindset may be changing. In most high paying white collar jobs, you won’t find many...

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Staying Safe during Summer Break

Staying Safe during Summer Break

Mallory Hemphill
May 30, 2020

The school year is coming to an end and summer is approaching us. We are still under quarantine and we must be safe at all times. It’ll be a lot harder to have fun while a virus worldwide is still going...

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Would You Rather May 27, 2020

Jada Carver
May 29, 2020

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