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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...

Design By: Ally Piatowski

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...

Photo Credit: Emily Ostrom

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...

The Food Pantry Is for YOU

The Food Pantry Is for YOU

Caroline Emerick, Content Editor May 22, 2020

Now more than ever students and families are feeling financially strained. With the rise in food costs, many families find themselves short of adequate food supplies. Despite this, Bartholomew County School...

Coronavirus: The Pandemic That Shut Down the World

Coronavirus: The Pandemic That Shut Down the World

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter May 19, 2020

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is catastrophic. Worldwide, nations are facing economic turmoil and health crises. While these effects are all over the news, the local effect is just as critical, which...

Design By: Allie Hall

Immigration Limitations

Heidi Banaschak, Staff Reporter May 13, 2020

Immigration has become a controversial topic in America. With the election of President Donald Trump back in 2016, the bickering only continued to grow more. Currently, Americans are under the Immigration...

Design By: Joycee Redman

The Parks and Rec Disaster

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter April 22, 2020

While everyone is cooped up inside, it is nice to have some decent weather. The recent days of 65 degrees and sunshine have made plenty of people want to head outside and enjoy the great outdoors. While...

Design By: Ally Piatkowski

The Second Person Cured of HIV

Rylan Perkins, Staff Reporter April 11, 2020

In 2011, Timothy Brown became the first person cured of the disease in Berlin. Now, less than ten years later, a man from London has become the second person to have ever been cured of HIV. HIV specifically...

Allie Cat News: Churches Responses to Coronavirus

Allie Cat News: Churches’ Responses to Coronavirus

Allie Hall, Staff Reporter April 6, 2020

With the COVID-19 outbreak, churches have had to quickly adapt to the new circumstances. Allie interviews Rebecca Malburg, a staff member from The Ridge in Columbus, to talk about how the church has responded...

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