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Breaking Down the 2018 College Football Bowl Season

Cole Thomas, Editor

December 15, 2018

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Bowl season is once again upon us, bringing us 80 teams attempting to etch their name into college football history. With 2018 giving us so many marquee matchups and questionable comparisons, Cole Thomas, accompanied by Pac 12 e...

Climate Change: Will It Really Affect the Economy?

Maddie Gudrian, Editor

December 3, 2018

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The national economy could be affected due to climate change. The National Climate assessment claims the rising temperatures, natural disasters, and ocean acidification and rising waters will have a major effect on the economy. ...

Can we really keep denying Climate Change?

Alex Levy and Dani Smith

December 3, 2018

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The devastation produced by Hurricane Michael, the United Nations report on climate change, and the very real actions taken to reduce carbon footprints are all warning of a single problem: that the impact of climate change is...

Should John McCain Be Considered a Political Maverick?

Maddie Gudrian, Editor

December 3, 2018

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  On August 25, 2018, political maverick John McCain died after stopping treatment for brain cancer. Throughout his career, he fought for his beliefs as an Arizona senator, crossed “enemy lines”, and ran for president...

Media Literacy Week

Alex Levy

December 3, 2018

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November 5-9th saw Bishop Blanchet celebrating Media Literacy Week. The week was focused on teaching members of the community how to recognize and respond to influencing images and advertising. Media Literacy Week is an e...

The Legacy of Jennifer Campbell

Lena Gorev, Reporter

November 2, 2018

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When Casey and Matty Campbell were picking a classroom to dedicate to their Aunt, Jennifer Campbell, they automatically knew that Room 204 would be the room. Room 204, mostly known to be Mr. Grasseschi’s room faces the quad, and has a ...

The Future of Bumbershoot

Lena Gorev and Max Klauser

November 2, 2018

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For the last 47 years, Bumbershoot has been part of Seattle’s Labor Day weekend festivities. Starting in 2015, the attendance has been decreasing, putting the future of the music festival at risk, according to Chris Porter, Bumb...

Horrific Crash Shakes Up Small Canadian Community

Cade Prinzivalli, Reporter

May 29, 2018

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Around 5 p.m. April 7, a deadly crash between a tractor-trailer and bus carrying a Canadian junior hockey league team occurred in rural Saskatchewan, killing sixteen people on board the bus. The bus was carrying coaches, players,...

Texas Shooting Not a Surprise

Maddie Gudrian and Emily Wurdeman

May 22, 2018

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On Friday May 18th, at Santa Fe High School in Texas, ten people were killed and 13 injured when Dimitrios Pagourtiz open fired in the school. Around 7:40 am, Pagourtiz walked into an art classroom, pointed a gun at a fellow ...

Toronto Man injures 15 And Kills 10

Chris Salvador, reporter

May 22, 2018

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A white van went through a crowd of pedestrians in north Toronto, killing at least 10 people and injuring at least another 15.   This act did seem deliberate, but there are no found links between this horrifying event...

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