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


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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


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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


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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


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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...

Friending Russia: Are Fake Profiles in Your News Feed?

Friending Russia: Are Fake Profiles in Your News Feed?

Sadie Miller, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


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The pop culture term of ‘catfish’ and ‘troll’ are considered normal internet terms these days to describe those ever-so-lovable folks/aliens that have come across our social media feeds. The people that have been categorized into these slang names are known to create fake profiles and take o...

Ivanka Trump’s Role in the White House Raises Eyebrows

Ivanka Trump’s Role in the White House Raises Eyebrows

Sadie Miller, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


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It’s no surprise to see the name Trump in a headline. Except instead of the name Donald, it is sometimes replaced with the name Ivanka, Donald Trump’s 35 year old daughter, former model and now businesswoman who will be taking over her father’s company as he is president. Ivanka, being the head of the T...

Is Trump’s Twitter Activity Presidential?

Is Trump’s Twitter Activity Presidential?

Kennedy Park and Jon Motenko

January 30, 2017


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A wide variety of people use social media to express their thoughts, feelings, or daily life and keep their friends or followers up to date. Current President Donald Trump has also been known to use social media to make announcements or state his opinions, and it is no secret that Twitter played a sm...

Opinion: Global Warming Should No Longer Be Ignored

Opinion: Global Warming Should No Longer Be Ignored

Tyler Kelso, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017


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Global Warming and/or climate change is one of the most debated topics in society the last few decades, and it has recently become a worldwide concern. This topic has been argued between citizens, the scientific community, and all the way up to high level politicians here in America. With the new inform...

Obsession with Diet Could Be Obscure Mental Disorder

Obsession with Diet Could Be Obscure Mental Disorder

Sadie Miller

January 13, 2017


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Parents have always reminded us to eat our vegetables and fruit, telling us that our growth would be stunted or we couldn’t leave the table unless we ate the green stuff that was on our plate. The adults in our lives have made it clear that eating healthy is the way to go, but is it possible for s...

Protesters, Some MCHS Students Disappointed in Trump Election

Protesters, Some MCHS Students Disappointed in Trump Election

Sadie Miller, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016


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Following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, rallies have broken out in 25 cities across America protesting the millionaire’s political rhetoric and anti-minority speech.. The speeches of Donald Trump have had shocking racist and sexist ideas, creating this pre...

Glenda Ritz Imagines a New Approach to Grades and Testing

Glenda Ritz Imagines a New Approach to Grades and Testing

Jon Motenko and Kennedy Park

October 20, 2016


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State Superintendent of Education Glenda Ritz recently came to Madison to discuss Imagine 2020 for the Education Foundation. According to the Indiana Department of Education, “Imagine 2020 focuses most on equity in student access to resources and instructional support, high quality instruction from ...

Hillary Clinton’s Health Scare

Hillary Clinton’s Health Scare

Crystal Brooks, Staff Writer

September 15, 2016


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On Friday September, 9th Hillary’s Clinton’s personal doctor diagnosed her with pneumonia On Sunday September, 11th, Clinton drew attention to herself leaving the 9/11 memorial event at Ground Zero as she was seen on video fainting and needing assistance getting into her campaign van. Hillary...

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