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Go Ask Alice, a realistic situation comes to life

Go Ask Alice, a realistic situation comes to life

Ben Godfrey, Staff Writer
April 11, 2017
Filed under Ben Godfrey, Features

Released in 1971, “Go Ask Alice” is an account of the experiences of a girl who is introduced to drugs at 15 and eventually dies of an overdose. The story is presented in the form of a diary kept by the unnamed narrator, and was originally marketed as the writing of a real person. Though the auth...

Science ethics and dystopian society

Science ethics and dystopian society

Nick Sallen, Editor-in-Chief
April 11, 2017
Filed under Features, Nick Sallen

If you’re interested in dystopian societies, post-apocalypse, science fiction, biology, mystery and crime novels, or stories of adventure, then “Oryx and Crake” might be the next book you want to read. The novel is authored by the longtime literature veteran Margaret Atwood, who is best known fo...

The Great Gatsby, a timeless classic

Breanna Roen, Staff Writer
January 13, 2017
Filed under Breanna Roen, Opinion

“So we beat on, boats against the current” The 1920’s; when flappers were floating around town and all the men looked rather dashing. A time when alcohol was prohibited, but it ran thick and through. Those times seemed easier, especially for falling in love and becoming friends with someone...

Lessons from To Kill a Mockingbird

Breanna Roen, Staff Writer
November 18, 2016
Filed under Breanna Roen, Opinion

Most people are suckers for stories about living, learning and growing up. I, myself, am one of those suckers. A story of lessons learned, memories kept and the most important rule: never kill a mockingbird. “To Kill a Mockingbird” was written in 1963, and the acts that are shown throughout this...

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