Momo terrifies

Mary Conaway and Malavika Santhosh

April 3, 2019


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Let’s talk about Momo… the terrifying chicken lady thing that’s been haunting the internet. With stringy black hair, a beak-like nose, and protruding eyes, her look is topped off with a thin, bloodthirsty smile. Created by Japanese artist Keisuke Aiso, she made her way onto social media, slowly...

India vs. Pakistan

Aleah Josphsen, Co-Sports Editor

April 3, 2019


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For over 70 years, India and Pakistan have been in conflict over the Kashmir region, fighting three wars since 1947.This is developing deep concern around the world. The panic over the conflict rises from the possibility of Iran and Pakistan using nuclear weapons against each other. The start of the...

Understanding the U.S. and N.K. relationship

Aleah Josphsen, Co-Sports Editor

April 3, 2019


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According to North Korea-History, North Korea was established in 1948 after the United States and the Soviet Union divided their control over the 38th parallel; the latitude at which North Korea and South Korea are separated. The struggle for control between the Communist Soviet Union and the U.S was a ...

The Pacific orca problem

Audrey Rainwater, Co-Art Editor

April 3, 2019


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Killer whales living in the Pacific Northwest have suffered over the years from pollution, lack of food, and other ailments causing pod numbers to virtually disappear. “They are mammals and they stay in groups, it’s pretty similar to humans.” says Jaiden Childs (‘20) “That would be a sad sp...

This day in history

Audrey Rainwater, Co-Art Editor

April 3, 2019


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46 years ago today, the first ever phone call was made on a mobile phone by Martin Cooper and delivered to Joel S. Engel. Cooper used a handheld mobile phone to make the call. When he made the call, Cooper was present at an interview with reporters at a 900-MHz base station when he sent the call to the...

Goodbye special olympics?

Kailani Jackson, Co-Editor in Chief

April 3, 2019


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Our school, alongs with the millions and millions of other schools and organizations around the world participate in the Special Olympics. We also have a Unified Soccer team. Betsy DeVos has proposed a $18 million dollar cut to the Special Olympics program as part of her plan to spend over $60 mil...

Cohen makes claims to Congress

Aleah Josphsen, Co-Sports Editor

April 3, 2019


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Michael Dean Cohen, otherwise known as Trump’s ex-lawyer and “fixer,” has just been sentenced to 3 years in federal prison on 8 counts of various charges. This has caused the Democratic party to issue an investigation into the background of these charges.       What is causing all the talk? C...

Methodist Church Updates Bylaws

Bianca Geib, Forum Editor, Co-Online Editor

April 3, 2019


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On Feb. 26, 2019, the United Methodist Church (UMC) held a General Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, with representation from around the world to discuss a plan regarding its stance on LGBTQ+ issues, including same-sex marriage and the ordination of gay clergy. The UMC voted to keep existing language...

Israeli Elections

Levi Gettleman, A&E Editor

April 3, 2019


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On Apr. 9, 2019 Israel will have their elections; Israel is one of America’s closes global allies and serves as a beacon of democracy in the Middle East. Israel has a parliamentary government system with elections where voters choose a party, and the parties get seats in the parliament, called the...

SpaceX launches Crew Dragon

Cody Winkelman, Co-Sports Editor

April 3, 2019


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According to NASA, their Commercial Crew Program (CCP) began in 2010 with the objective of providing “safe, reliable, cost-effective access to low-Earth orbit” as well as “create[ing] a market environment in which commercial space transportation services are available to Government and private ...

LDS Missionaries in Russia

Nathan Kowsky, Reporter

April 3, 2019


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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has a prominent community of missionaries who go on international religious assignments. This year, two American Mormons travelled to Russia to preach their religion. Russia, however, made a public court decision to deport these two missionaries, after t...

World News Whiparound

Bianca Geib and Kailani Jackson

April 3, 2019


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College admissions cheating scheme On March 12, dozens of wealthy parents, including some celebrities, were charged in a “multimillion-dollar scheme to cheat college admissions standard.” This scheme involved cheating, bribing, and fabrication of documents. Federal officials claim that 33 of the...

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