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Caution keeps Christmas greetings merry

Art by Julia Benkendorf
December 10, 2020

The Christmas season has single-handedly taken over December and late November. How could it not? It’s a time of baking sweet treats, decorating houses in red and green and sipping on Starbucks drinks...

Mystery surrounds Biden administration

Art by Mary Stauder
December 10, 2020

After a very controversial election, Joe Biden is the presumed President-elect of the United States. On January 20, Biden will take over a nation divided by stark political ideologies and in the midst...

COVID vaccine offers new hope worldwide

Art by Maggie Miller
December 10, 2020

COVID-19 has been our country’s most pressing issue, having caused over 266,000 deaths in the U.S alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With the increase in positivity rates...

Police shooting sparks calls for change

Art by Krystal Nava
Training, defunding important steps to reform
November 16, 2020

 Police brutality has been a prevalent issue especially in light of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. These highly publicized cases have drawn a significant amount of attention to this issue...

Climate change: problem of the ages

November 16, 2020

Is it too late to save the environment? With the recent rise in natural disasters, animal extinctions and destruction of natural habitats in 2020 alone, it seems as if the world is ,quite literally, going...

Cancel culture increases censorship at universities, online

Art by Jack Zimmerman
November 16, 2020

Cancel culture is a 20th century phenomenon correlated with the rise of technology and stark differences in public opinion. In simple terms, cancel culture is the idea that a person’s views must be censored...

As Schools Turn to E-Learning, Students Struggle

As Schools Turn to E-Learning, Students Struggle
October 13, 2020

Let’s be honest, 2020 has been a year to forget. It started with the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by civil unrest, and with an all-important election coming up, more surprises are to come. What the media...

‘Weed’ beg to differ

Art by Jane Lee
Legalizing marijuana introduces dangers to society
March 13, 2020

Let’s establish some givens: is it safer to use marijuana than to refrain from it? No. Have the economic benefits of legalization met expectations? No. Has the black market for marijuana been eliminated...

‘Weed’ beg to differ

Art by Jane Lee
Legalized marijuana will right the wrongs of the past
March 13, 2020

Legalized marijuana, also known as weed, offers an opportunity to promote consumer safety, create jobs and economic opportunities, save money on law enforcement in Illinois.     Marijuana is a mild...

Vaccinations save generations

Art by Marion Krowczyk
Vaccines become necessity to combat contagious disease
March 13, 2020

Vaccines are common in our world today. They both protect us from disease and prevent future diseases from infecting us. Young children receive many vaccines to protect them from the flu, measles, and...

Sports without the competition

Sports without the competition
February 28, 2020

Whether you are a big time Chicago Bears Fan or don’t really care to watch professional sports, you have probably played a sport at some time in your life.  If you ask almost anyone they could tell...

America becomes feverish about potential coronavirus effects

America becomes feverish about potential coronavirus effects
February 28, 2020

In the Steven Soderbergh movie “Contagion”, an outbreak in China kills hundreds and spreads around the world. Extreme outbreaks have made their way from the Hollywood big screen to real life. The virus...

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