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Grand Canyon closes

Associated Press

April 2, 2020

The Grand Canyon closed indefinitely to visitors Wednesday, joining other national parks seeking to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said he finally approved the park's request at the recommendation of a local health official who said keeping the park open puts...

Where is all the money going?

Claire Geare, staff writer

November 26, 2019

Healthcare economics is an extremely prevalent topic, which will impact students’ political views and personal experiences heavily, however almost nobody actually knows the details of the concept. “I don’t know anything about money in our healthcare system, to be honest,” said Adrian Parraga, ...

How to pay for health Insurance

Emma Weaver, staff writer

November 26, 2019

According to, a government approved website, adolescents and young adults make up 22 percent of the United States population, and mostly this is a healthy period, but it is also a time where health and social problems begin to peak which can cause some costly problems when they get t...

prescription pills beyond the border

Devin Dorough, Food Editor

November 26, 2019

Many people in the United States depend on prescription medicine to live without the fear of health issues that could be fatal. More than 131 million people, sixty six percent of the United States use prescription drugs add where you got this from These prescription drugs range from all kinds of prices, but mos...

America searches for ways to treat health care

Michael Kaegi, staff writer

November 26, 2019

America’s healthcare system continues to grow more complicated with young adults and students being less informed about the basics of it and what purpose it serves to the public. With millions of people now having  healthcare in the United States, many do not fully understand the fundamental bas...

Celebrities go from Full House to the Jail House

Max Sotelo, trending now editor

September 26, 2019

With additional reporting by Paul Wernes, staff writer The competitive nature of the admissions process can make college-bound students feel like they can’t compare to other applicants. But for the wealthy, this can easily be avoided by unethical or dishonest means. In March, 2019, 51 people ...

Parents ‘sell kids’ to beat system

Grace Carrey, news editor

September 26, 2019

In light of recent college admissions falsifications, a new kind of scandal has sparked. Parents of incoming college freshmen have been “selling” their kids to poorer families in attempts to gain financial aid scholarships. This gives wealthy families an unfair advantage when getting admitted to co...

Students pay others to do their work

Gianna Lazzaro, staff writer

September 26, 2019

It is becoming more common for students to buy essays in the U.S, as well as the UK. According to SI news, “as many as 31 million university students worldwide are paying third-parties to complete their assignments. Students are using sites called “essay mills” to purchase the papers that they d...

Formulating College Acceptance

Morgan Reimer, Life Editor

November 30, 2018

When students start their senior year, they are hit with the responsibility of learning how to apply, and exploring the fastest ways to get accepted to college. One of the easiest ways to guarantee acceptance begins with a student’s transcripts. Colleges look at the rigor and grade point average of cla...

Flying out of state for higher education

Lauryn Stornelli and Ryan Bartholomew, staff writer

November 30, 2018

Out-of-state college is enticing to a lot of students, however, many will decide against it for a number of reasons. Out-of-state opportunities are plentiful, and now is the time for hopeful students to apply. According to data submitted to U.S. News in an annual survey, students often view state ...

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