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Giving tongue-twister a new meaning

Giving tongue-twister a new meaning

Kennady Wade, opinions writer

May 6, 2015


Filed under Columns, Opinions

The thought of encountering it sends a shiver down my spine, yet it’s almost an everyday occurrence. When accidently coming face-to-face with PDA, the standard  protocol is eyes down,  ignore  and pick up the pace. Let’s get one thing straight: couples who hold hands and give each other hugs...

#EndTheStigma

#EndTheStigma

Kennady Wade, opinions writer

March 11, 2015


Filed under Columns, Opinions

The sinking feeling is constant. It’s been weeks since you have felt like yourself, escaping crowded rooms to cry alone before a tear is noticed has become routine. The fear of judgement holds you back. People wouldn’t look at you the same if they knew, you would be an artifact on display. This image...

Don’t be ashamed. Period.

Don’t be ashamed. Period.

Julia Wunning-Zimmer, opinions writer

February 20, 2015


Filed under Columns

No, Aunt Flow hasn’t come to visit. Neither has cousin Red. It’s not Shark Week, and the crimson wave has not rolled in. I’m just on my period. Obviously, the timing of a girl’s menstrual cycle is almost unknown amongst high schoolers. This monthly occurrence is hidden like a dirty secret by 97 percent of...

The art of double chins: mastering the folds

Kennady Wade, opinions writer

February 20, 2015


Filed under Columns

Step 1: Locate any sort of picture-taking device, preferably a personal electronic. The smaller the size, the easier it is to achieve optimal results. Step 2: Place your handheld device approximately six inches below your collarbone so it’s sitting on it’s side, landscape way. Front camera (or ...

Connecting the Dots: Pro-Life

Connecting the Dots: Pro-Life

Alexa Kannenberg, opinions editor

February 1, 2015


Filed under Columns

I believe in life. I believe in the right to happiness. I believe anyone can be anything they want to be. Abortion cheats a child out of the right to life and the pursuit of happiness. When a woman carries a child inside her, she has another body inside of her own. This women has the right to do anything...

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