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Opinion: Here’s how Bernie can still win

Bringing Bernie back for round two.
Claire Geare, Opinion Editor January 14, 2021

Yes, I voted for Bernie. The establishment ruled Democrats said I was “wasting my vote.” Bernie himself said the only way to “save democracy” was to “vote for Biden.” But I know under all that...

Opinion: Prop 207 benefits outweigh risks in AZ

The legalization of recreational marijuana will help Arizonans, not hurt.
Mikki Warriner, Style Editor January 14, 2021

With the passage of Proposition 207 in this year’s election, Arizona will become the 16th state to make recreational marijuana sales legal. While somewhat controversial, this bill will overall decrease...

Opinion: Electoral college helps bridge the gaps in democracy

Max Hancock, Global News Editor January 14, 2021

In recent years, the Electoral College has become a heated topic of discussion with loads of controversy surrounding it. While many advocate for the repeal of the Electoral College, the Electoral College...

Opinion: Standardized testing is not an effective way of measuring a student’s college readiness

Emma Weaver, Food Editor January 14, 2021

Standardized testing not only causes extremely unhealthy levels of anxiety and stress in students, but also forces student’s grades or acceptance into college to ride on one single grade. Before students...

Opinion: Standardized testing is an effective way of measuring a student’s readiness

David Lane, Staff Writer January 14, 2021

Standardized testing has and always should be a part of a student’s journey through school. Making sure they remain in use is important for both the student body and universities deciding who to accept. Besides...

America’s two party problem

As division in America increases, it's clear our two party system isn't working.
Ryan Bartholomew, Sports Editor November 5, 2020

American political parties of the modern era are what was feared at the very beginnings of this country. It was thought at the constitutional convention by George Washington that political parties, were...

A guide to Halloween in 2020

Because what could be much scarier than this year already is?
Claire Geare, Opinion Editor October 30, 2020

Close your eyes. Imagine the scariest thing you can think of. Mutant bugs? A plague? Political unrest? Now open them. You know what, maybe just close them again because the real world really isn't much...

The president has a right to pick

Justin Wong, Staff writer October 30, 2020
No matter how much someone may want to argue the fact that the people should be able to choose a new president before there is a Supreme Court justice nominee, it’s still legal, and the President had every right to do so.

In defense of Donald Trump

Michael Kaegi, News Editor October 30, 2020
Trump is the only candidate that will keep America strong during these unprecedented times.

In defense of Joe Biden

Jo Breese, Creeker Editor October 30, 2020
While Biden is not as progressive as many want him to be, he is still the best choice on the ballot.

Students protest nothing

Claire Geare, Opinion Editor October 30, 2020

Welcome back, everyone! In honor of our school’s swift and safe return to in-person learning*, I’d like to personally thank the fearless community members who attended last week’s rally to open the...

Covid-19 spread means it is time to go back online

Jaden Lea, Staff Writer October 12, 2020
A study done by NPR reported by the Covid-19 school dashboard, shows that 230 cases are present out of 100,000 students at schools that went back to in person after just two weeks.
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