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The iPhone 12 Premier

Heidi Banaschak, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

Many look forward to the time of year when the technology company, Apple, releases it’s new iPhone. This year, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini have been announced. The revamped phones will enter stores...

AMC Theaters Is Now Open

AMC Theaters Is Now Open

Heidi Banaschak, Staff Reporter October 29, 2020

Columbus, Indiana is not the most exciting town. Teenagers resort to drives around town, grabbing food and going to stores as a form of entertainment. With this in mind, it brings much glee to hear that...

Climbing the Wrong Charts?

Climbing the Wrong Charts?

Paula Ramos Perez, Staff Reporter October 19, 2020

Blending its high-caliber architecture with its Hoosier hospitality, Columbus, Indiana is a community praised for its unique and progressive qualities. The small town is the number 1 leading location in...

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The Call for Pets: pet shelters are becoming empty as coronavirus cases continue to rise

Gaby Heredia, Managing Editor October 14, 2020

Recently, it seems as if someone really needs to search to find something positive during these hard times. One thing that appears to be running low this year is pets. The people that live in the cities...

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2020 Rages On: California Suffers from More Extensive Wildfires

Maggie O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2020

Wildfires have always been an issue in states on the west coast, with California usually being hit the hardest. This is no exception, as the past few months have been consumed with natural and manmade...

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A Legacy Left Behind: The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Still Living Today

Gaby Heredia, Managing Editor October 1, 2020

The start of many changes for women and their rights were all brought up by one very powerful woman. Ruth Bader Ginsburg played a large role in how women are treated and made it possible for women to be...

Dropping Into the Olympics

Dropping Into the Olympics

Pranav Kumar, Staff Reporter September 21, 2020

With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic logo looking too good to be true, it came as no shock to several when this year’s summer Olympics was postponed to 2021. Tokyo 2020 signifies the 32nd Olympic games and is...

Design By: Pranav Kumar

What’s Going On With Tik Tok?

Maggie O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief September 16, 2020

Tik Tok has been rising in popularity since last summer, and there have been many rumors floating around about the US government banning the platform. President Trump has deemed the Chinese-owned app a...

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Goodbye Greek Life

Ally Piatkowski, Social Media Editor September 16, 2020

Indiana University urged fraternity and sorority houses at its Bloomington campus to shut down as the cases for COVID-19 rise. Due to the nature of communal living in Greek housing, in which there are...

Renovation Rundown

Renovation Rundown

Allie Hall, Design Editor September 3, 2020

As many people already know, the East Auditorium has finally been completed. The auditorium is now open and functional. Auditorium Director, Kevin Welsh, is excited about the changes and is looking forward...

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Forever a King

Emily Ostrom, Content Editor September 1, 2020

On Friday, Aug. 28, Chadwick Boseman passed away. The 2018 “Black Panther” star had been battling stage three colon cancer for four years, and still fought to live his life to the fullest.  Boseman...

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Project Charlie 119

Emily Ostrom, Content Editor August 12, 2020

The Atterbury Bakalar Air Museum here in Columbus is a free museum for people to learn about wars between the time of 1942 and 1970. It is a place to honor those who fought in the wars and educate later...

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