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Why “The Interview” is exactly what the world needs

Why “The Interview” is exactly what the world needs

Hannah Sutherland, Online Manager

January 22, 2015


Filed under Columns, Editor's Picks, Showcase

Is this film relatively insensitive to the evil occurring in North Korea? Sure. On the other hand, can it be considered a crown-jewel in the name of free speech? Of course it can. Look past all the mixed views, and it can be clearly seen that this film serves a far greater purpose in the grand scheme of things.

Climbing Their Way to the Top, Literally

Climbing Their Way to the Top, Literally

Loretta Cardenas, Staff Writer

January 14, 2015


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Two days after Christmas and most people are still recovering from their holiday gluttony. This is usually the case except for two exceptional men, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson. These two men managed to climb Yosemite’s El Capitan in just nineteen days (the climb starting on December 27, 2014). These...

Restrictions for Protection

Restrictions for Protection

Loretta Cardenas, Staff Writer

January 3, 2015


Filed under Columns

Oklahoma recently proposed a bill that is intended to reduce criminals from masking their identity while committing the crime. Even though this bill has good intentions; citizens fear their rights are being limited. If the new law were to pass it would prohibit the everyday citizen from wearing a...

1963 Thunderbird Turn Signal Lever Found In Man’s Arm

1963 Thunderbird Turn Signal Lever Found In Man’s Arm

Maria Minnella, Staff Writer

January 1, 2015


Filed under Columns, Showcase

51 years ago, Arthur Lampitt of Granite City, Illinois crashed his 1963 Thunderbird into a truck and had a piece of the accident with him for all these years. On December 31, 2014, Lampitt underwent surgery to remove his old T-Bird's 7-inch turn signal lever from his left arm. The 45-minute operation,...

The Michael Brown Misunderstanding

The Michael Brown Misunderstanding

Hannah Sutherland, Online Manager

December 15, 2014


Filed under Columns, Editor's Picks, Showcase

...let’s take a look into the life of Michael Brown. The 6’4”-tall, 292-pound man was no stranger to the justice system, possessing a string of juvenile crimes ranging from domestic violence to gang affiliation. And, people seem to forget that on the day of his shooting, he and his friend, Dorian Johnson, were captured on camera strong-arm robbing a convenience store and physically assaulting the store’s owner.

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