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Whats Going on in Texas?

What’s Going on in Texas?

Gabi Schuetz, Editor-in-Chief September 13, 2021

Last week, Texas sparked a nationwide debate about abortion.  Since 1973, the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade has upheld women’s right to get an abortion. On Sept. 1, however, the Supreme Court...

Wind Energy Comes Closer to Reality

Wind Energy Comes Closer to Reality

Rylan Perkins, Staff Reporter September 7, 2021

Meadow Lake Wind Farm, located in northern Indiana, produces over 800 megawatts of power. Spread over White County, Jasper County, and Benton County the 414 turbines can be seen on both sides of Interstate...

Students Speak: Should the US Leave Afghanistan?

Students Speak: Should the US Leave Afghanistan?

Gabi Schuetz, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2021

After the Taliban invaded Kabul last week, all eyes have been on Afghanistan. The world has been speculating and calculating: what will the Taliban do next?  This question is a source of fear for Afghan...

Weekly News: May 24-28

Weekly News: May 24-28

Vibha Srinivasan, Social Media Editor May 26, 2021

CORONAVIRUS Although many are frustrated with this virus constantly being the center of attention, it is the reality of our world and working together to be responsible and safe is the ultimate goal....

Peggy Myers Receives Edna V. Folger Outstanding Teacher Award

Peggy Myers Receives Edna V. Folger Outstanding Teacher Award

Heidi Banaschak May 24, 2021

The Edna V. Folger Outstanding Teacher Award is given to teachers who have demonstrated teaching excellence and to those who are willing to go above and beyond with their devotion. Sponsored by IUPUI,...

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The Pandemic Pill

Gaby Heredia, Managing Editor May 10, 2021

As the number of vaccinations being given continues to increase, government researchers are looking into a variety of options for distribution. A shot is the only available option as of now, but a pill,...

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The Growth of Social Media

Ethan Glaid, Staff Reporter March 22, 2021

In 2005, only 5 percent of all adults in America had some form of social media. As of 2019, that number rose to 79 percent. To put this information into an even bigger perspective; there are 7.7 billion...

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Press Release: Stopping the Spread

Haylee Snyder, BioMed Student March 4, 2021

PRESS RELEASE CONTACT INFORMATION: Columbus East High School Haylee Snyder RELEASE DATE: February 5th, 2020   STOPPING THE SPREAD: COVID-19 EDITION [Columbus, IN, February] —...

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The Possible Future of the Brain

Shelby Morrow, Staff Reporter March 2, 2021

Technology is becoming more prominent in the world as time goes on. The advancement of technology and its possibilities could be the next cure, according to Elon Musk. Musk is widely known for his invention...

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New Face in Fashion

Caroline Emerick, Multimedia Ediotr February 23, 2021

Clothing company H&M recently came out with a way to combat the enormous amount of waste produced by clothing that is not in fashion. This new machine, named Loop for its oval-like production process,...

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The Evening Show w/ Peter McLovin: COVID-19 Edition

Ethan Glaid, Editor-In-Chief February 19, 2021

https://youtu.be/knixwuuVa7M The all-new Evening Show with Peter McLovin is here!

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Vaccine Distribution Advances

Gaby Heredia, Managing Editor February 4, 2021

The distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has already played a big role in Indiana, as 450,000 vaccines have been administered according to IndyStar. Governor Eric Holcomb has pushed through the first two...

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