Teens to March on the Statehouse for Climate Change

Teens to March on the Statehouse for Climate Change

Sophia Hall, Staff Reporter

March 11, 2019

On Friday, March 15th, a group of Madison Consolidated High School students will be skipping school to attend The U.S. Youth Climate Strike in Indianapolis. From 12-2 p.m., they will be protesting on the south side of the Indiana Statehouse against perceived Indiana representatives' inaction on the issue of climat...

Stress Among American and MCHS Teens a Growing Epidemic

Stress Among American and MCHS Teens a Growing Epidemic

Anne Grady, Staff Writer

August 23, 2018

The mental health of high school students is a hidden and growing crisis for today’s generation. If you are a current high school student, you might be aware of the effects stress can have on someone’s mind and body. High school curriculum has intensified over the years which has caused a spike in t...

Indiana Senate Race: Every Challenger Had Warts; Incumbent Still not Safe

Indiana Senate Race: Every Challenger Had Warts; Incumbent Still not Safe

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

On Tuesday May 8th, 2018 Indiana found out who will run against current Hoosier Senator Joe Donnelly in November. Tuesday marked the day of primaries that had been occurring in the United States since 1920 and only happens on even years. Mike Braun, Luke Messer, and Todd Rokita were all of the Republi...

Why Teachers are Striking and How Indiana Teachers Compare

Why Teachers are Striking and How Indiana Teachers Compare

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

Jeff Bezos, Peyton Manning, and your next door neighbor may not have done the same thing in their lives, but they are all similar in one particular way. Bezos, Manning, and your neighbor presumably live vastly different lives from one another; one is the richest man in America, one is a famous footba...

Nepal Government Changes Law, Makes It more Difficult for Solo Climbers to Scale Mt. Everest

Nepal Government Changes Law, Makes It more Difficult for Solo Climbers to Scale Mt. Everest

Jordan Bryant, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018

The beginning of a new year is a time of goal setting and trying new things. For some that may be exercising more or maybe deciding to take more risks and try new things. For one man, it was to be the first double amputee to climb Mount Everest. Hari Budha Magar had been training for five years, reteac...

Government Shutdown Causes Turmoil inside and outside of Washington D.C.

Government Shutdown Causes Turmoil inside and outside of Washington D.C.

Bergen Cornelius

January 30, 2018

American government was at a standstill last week in and the people are the ones who will be hurt by this. Right now the Republican party is in control of the House, Senate, and the White House with that amount of power anything can be done for their political gains. The budget has to be passed and wit...

Net Neutrality Repeal, FCC Chairman Info Campaign Causes Reddit Uproar

Net Neutrality Repeal, FCC Chairman Info Campaign Causes Reddit Uproar

Sam Brumfield, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

On December 14th the FCC debate on net neutrality ended with a vote to repeal the Obama-era bill. The bill was originally enacted with the intent to protect consumers by restricting an ISP’s ability to charge customers. The limitations were enacted under the principle that internet service providers...

Spotify Embroiled in Lawsuits, Looking to Go Public

Spotify Embroiled in Lawsuits, Looking to Go Public

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018

One of the most powerful and well-known music streaming companies in the world is now under some major heat after a lawsuit has surfaced that they have tried to take some major shortcuts. Well known artists like Tom Petty, Neil Young, and Janis Joplin are claiming they were not given the money that S...

Opinion: The NFL Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

Opinion: The NFL Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017

President Trump can not stay out of the headlines when it comes to his impulsive behavior and saying whatever comes to mind. His latest outburst was declaring all National Football League protesters disrespectful and that they should be fired for participating in their first amendment rights. Not onl...

How Hurricanes Affect Us

How Hurricanes Affect Us

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017

What does it mean for the people that were not physically damaged by the hurricane?  In the year of 2017 and the months of August and September, hurricanes have dominated the news.  The hurricane effects started with Hurricane Harvey and then less than a week later Hurricane Irma hit. Currently, Hurricane ...

Florida Residents Comment on Riding out Hurricane Irma

Florida Residents Comment on Riding out Hurricane Irma

Scott O'Neill, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

Not even a week ago a category 3 hurricane struck the US causing devastating effects like flooding, property damage, and a confirmed 60 deaths. Still reeling from the storm, the U.S. now has suffered the effects of a category 5 storm named Hurricane Irma, although the storm slightly weakened once it...

Opinion: Trump’s Tweets Proves He Is No Role Model

Opinion: Trump’s Tweets Proves He Is No Role Model

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

September 1, 2017

When a single person takes the oath over the Bible and under the constitution that our forefathers spent countless hours on, that person becomes a role model, the chief, the one we look to in times of despair and celebration. Is someone considered a role model when all they have done in their preside...

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