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Opinion: Bidens Unconstitutional Vaccine Mandates

Opinion: Biden’s Unconstitutional Vaccine Mandates

Tad Couch, Editor November 12, 2021

  December 5, 2020 President-Elect Joe Biden said, “Americans won't be forced to take a coronavirus vaccine when one becomes available in the US.”   Going back on his words, President...

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Floyd Mayweather (left) refused to take a picture with an unnamed fan (right) on October 23, 2021.

Opinion: Are Male Stereotypes Changing in a Changing Fashion World?

Zac Mattison, Editor November 2, 2021

Note from the Writer:  While I know that there are many different categorization groups of people that see stereotypes much differently than those men do, I have chosen to focus solely on the stereotypes...

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Oh, The Lessons Weve Learned

Oh, The Lessons We’ve Learned

Lena Buehrle, Journalist May 10, 2021

As we say goodbye to our graduating seniors and welcome in a new freshman class, we reminisce at all that has happened over the past year. From one way hallways, a larger schedule, and many, many classes...

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Its 2021 And We Are Still Fighting For Bits And Pieces Of Equality

“Its 2021 And We Are Still Fighting For Bits And Pieces Of Equality”

Lauren Hamby, Assistant Editor April 7, 2021

The NCAA basketball tournament lead to a TikTok gone viral by Sedona Prince about the NCAA Women's Basketball "weight room" that only consisted of a rack of dumbbells while the men had a full weight room....

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Cancel Culture

Cancel Culture

Cade Emmenderfer, Journalist March 31, 2021

Cancel Culture has been a phrase thrown around lately, mainly by members of the Republican party. The idea is people are getting “canceled” for social media posts or videos and such from their past...

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Liberty: Hopeful and Broken

Liberty: Hopeful and Broken

Lena Buehrle, Journalist March 17, 2021

“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right…” (1 Paine). To start off our exploration with problems, it seems that any type of government is wrong...

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Do we really need Standardized Testing?

Do we really need Standardized Testing?

Cade Emmenderfer, Journalist March 12, 2021

We have all experienced the grueling tests that are required by the state and the tests that determine where you go to college. One test can determine one’s life, one test can determine one’s job,...

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MLB Athletes of the Steroid Era

MLB Athletes of the Steroid Era

Cade Emmenderfer, Journalist March 12, 2021

Athletes of the Steroid Era are missing out on being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. I believe that even with the fact they did steroids they should still be in the Hall of Fame. The Steroid...

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Are People Born Good Or Bad?

Are People Born Good Or Bad?

February 23, 2021

Are humans good or bad? This is a question that has been debated for thousands of years and continues today. Maybe there is a way to help us figure it out. The best way to do that is to find people...

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Scope on Zodiacs

Scope on Zodiacs

Halle Andrews, Photography Editor February 5, 2021

The study of astrology is complex; I sent out a survey asking a variety of questions about astrology, in total the survey had 100 responses. About 60% of students that responded are interested in Zodiac...

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Shell bathroom stall by White Castle

The Gas Station Bathrooms of Cape Girardeau

Halle Andrews, Photography Editor November 4, 2020

As I walked into Rhodes on William St., I immediately notice fingerprint smudges on the women's bathroom door. Along with that, there was the most horrendous smell there basically was a green fog...

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Why Watch a Show When You Can Listen to One?

Why Watch a Show When You Can Listen to One?

Brady Murphy April 17, 2020

It looks like we all are going to be in our homes for the rest of the school year. Some of us are happy about this extended break while others are upset about losing the end of their school year. No matter...

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