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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...

Helicopter Parents: How Controlling Parents Affect Mental Health

Helicopter Parents: How Controlling Parents Affect Mental Health

Grace Wolter, Staff Reporter August 19, 2021

Parenting is one thing that adults all around the world have in common. Not only is every person in the world different, but every parent is also different and has their own ways of raising their children. According...

Design By: Margo Brunner

When Limits Lead to Creativity

Jacob Pierce, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

With great power, comes great responsibility. Maybe it should be said, with great freedom comes great restriction. If a person were to be asked to pick a number, any number, on this great wide planet,...

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Unexpected Upsets

Brody Copas, Staff Reporter May 11, 2021

What I Thought About the Oscars Best Actress: Frances McDormand (Nomadland) Who I think should have won: Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) How many Oscars are the Academy going to give Frances...

Design By: Ally Piatkowski

Dunkin’ Donut Review

Gaby Heredia, Managing Editor April 18, 2021

Eclair Donut I was not surprised that this donut tasted as good as it did. I have always loved the mini frozen eclairs that were available in stores, so a larger version is exactly what I was looking...

The Dish on Trish

The Dish on Trish

Gabi Schuetz, Managing Editor April 12, 2021

  As huge influencers like David Dobrik and James Charles have been under fire for being problematic, members of the H3 podcast have swept in quickly to provide commentary and insight on the...

Design By: Margo Brunner

Selfishness in Generosity

Jacob Pierce, Staff Reporter April 1, 2021

Humans are inherently selfish, but at the same time, are some of the most generous and compassionate creatures in all of the animal kingdom. These two facts respectively seem exclusive to one another,...

Generation of Exectations

Generation of Exectations

Gabi Schuetz, Managing Editor March 4, 2021

As Gen Z grows up, more activists and even celebrities have emerged. Members of this generation, from Charli D’Amelio to Greta Thunberg, have made a huge impact on our society. While it is inspiring...

Design By: Caroline Andress

Friday Feud: Netflix vs Disney+

Ethan Glaid, Editor-In-Chief January 29, 2021

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Striking Against Sales: The Biggest Organized Protest in Human History by Indian Farmers

Vibha Srinivasan, Social Media Editor January 19, 2021

Surrounding the Delhi border in India, farmers across the nation, mostly Punjabi, have gathered to protest the newly introduced market-friendly reforms which vendors claim are threatening their prosperity. According...

Design By: Savannah Wells

Which Back to the Future Is Best?

Rylan Perkins, Staff Reporter November 19, 2020

You have probably heard of “Back to the Future,” a sci-fi movie trilogy from the 1980s revolving around a teenager and a paranoid scientist. Which movies of the trilogy are the best?  The first...

Predicted Electoral College Map by Aiden Nesci prior to the 2020 Presidential Election.

The Good and Bad of the Electoral College

Aiden Nesci, Content Editor November 10, 2020

The Electoral College is the system that the United States uses to choose its presidents. It has been used ever since the very first presidential election where George Washington won in a landslide. Two...

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