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Elon’s Quest for Twitter

Aidan Polanco, Boys Style Editor June 3, 2022

On April 25th, 2022, Elon Musk made history by purchasing media giant Twitter for an astounding 44 billion dollars – the second largest recorded buyout in American history. Musk has made his plans very...

Hearsay, Your Honor!

Finn Drageset, Fringe Editor June 3, 2022

In this day and age, it’s common for the lives of celebrities to be entirely publicized, and even something as serious as the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is broadcast for the whole world...

Forbidden Knowledge

MaryJo Dunham, Sports Editor June 3, 2022

   The restriction of knowledge aka the banning of books, has once again become a controversial topic in the United States in 2022.     A few of the most commonly banned or challenged books from...

The Truth About Trade School

Sara Bowen, El Mo News Editor June 3, 2022

  As seniors prepare to accept their diplomas and move onto the next chapter of their lives, seeking higher levels of education through college becomes an increasingly daunting task. Increased tuition...

Tidal Turbine Spinoff

Tidal Turbine Spinoff

Eleanor Tjoa, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

   Tidal energy is the use of the kinetic energy from the rise and fall of the tide and waves, converting it to usable electrical energy. Because the invention of tidal energy is relatively new, its...

Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson listens during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday, March 21, 2022, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

A Necessary Change

Hailey Kay Peterson, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 29, 2022

   Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed to the Supreme Court which makes her the 116th justice and the first black woman to serve on the nation's highest court.     President Joe Biden pledged...

Microplastics in Human Blood

Microplastics in Human Blood

Madison Brehm, Photographer April 29, 2022

  Millions of microplastics are dumped all over the world. Recent research shows that microplastics found in the food consumed and sold from grocery stores are not only getting into peoples’ digestive...

Leading the Charge

Leading the Charge

Jacob Boyd, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 29, 2022

   Can you hear them? Probably not over the complaints of less than enthused members of the classic car community, or anyone who ever got to experience a $3 gallon of gas, but electric cars are silently...

Moral Down, Prices Up

Grace Russell, Social Media/Website Manager April 29, 2022

  The last great recession to hit America occurred in December of 2007, and lasted until June of 2009, hitting many families close to home. The most current recession occurred in 2020 when the Corona...

Athlete or Amateur?

Athlete or Amateur?

Aidan Polanco, Boys Style Editor April 13, 2022

  In the world of college athletics, the debate over athlete salary is an issue that never seems to go away. Since its institution in 1906, the NCAA has made it clear that college athletes can not, under...

Why People Can No Longer Afford the College Price Tag

Why People Can No Longer Afford the College Price Tag

Daniel Barragan, Frontline Editor April 13, 2022

   As our seniors prepare to leave high school behind and consider pursuing higher education, they are faced with one question, “Which college will I attend?” Looking through the costs of tuition,...

Ukraine versus Russia Explained

Ukraine versus Russia Explained

Aidan Polanco, Boys Style Editor April 13, 2022

  Though the conflict between Ukraine and Russia is a global issue that nearly everyone has heard about by now, it can be difficult to keep up with the many details and factors that are unraveling daily.    After...

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