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Our Experience with The Covid Vaccines

Demetria Slyt and Claire Weltz April 19, 2021

Over the course of this past year there has been a lot of progress with the development of the Covid vaccine. As of March 2021, the vaccines are available to the public after months of waiting,...

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Vaccination Trepidation

Iris Mlnarik, Opinion Editor April 19, 2021

In a world overrun with panic and uncertainty, many are looking to the recent COVID-19 vaccines as a solution to return normalcy to the world and restart traveling and gathering as a large group. With...

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Minnesota needs to redefine “mentally incapacitated”

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 5, 2021

Media headlines have caused outrage this week, leading people to believe Minnesota courts are now using alcohol consumption as consent to sex. Francois Momulu Khalil met his rape victim in 2017 after...

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Let’s Talk About Groomers

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer April 5, 2021

Let’s talk about groomers, and I don’t mean for the dog. It might not have been a term you’ve heard before, but it has come up a lot recently in the media. Groomers are people, generally on the internet,...

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Trump’s Plans to Rejoin Social Media

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer March 29, 2021

President Trump’s Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump, was suspended in January 2021 to prevent “the risk of further incitement of violence”. Jason Miller, Trump’s 2020 campaign advisor and spokesperson...

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Are We Being Desensitized By the Horror Genre?

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer March 29, 2021

For a very long time, people have been obsessed with anything that chills them to the bone or scares them out of their pants. With every new year there are plenty of new horror movies hitting box offices...

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Are We Giving the Serial Killers What They Want?

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer March 22, 2021

Within the past few years, there has been a noticeable surge in true-crime podcasts, documentaries, movies, and general media coverage aimed exclusively at serial killers throughout history. These media...

What BoJack Horseman teaches us about childhood trauma.

What BoJack Horseman teaches us about childhood trauma.

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer March 15, 2021

What or who is BoJack Horseman? BoJack Horseman was an animated comedy series and  Netflix original. It aired back in 2014 and ended last year in 2020 due to cancellation. The show ran for six seasons...

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No One is Cancelling Dr. Seuss. Calm Down.

Claire Weltz, Opinion Writer March 8, 2021

I’m one of those kids who was an obsessive reader. If I had less than one hundred pages left in a book, I’d bring another along to make sure I wasn’t stranded without reading material. My love of...

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Who is She?

Demetria Slyt, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

Women’s History Month is a time in which we celebrate women’s contributions to history and society as a whole. In this month we recognize the achievements of women in various fields and places around...

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The Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer March 8, 2021

Hate crimes against Asian Americans have spiked across the country in the last year, with some states skyrocketing into the triple-digit percentages. The FBI defines hate crimes as “crimes in which...

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The Purpose of the Sympathetic Villain

Brooke Kruger, News Editor March 1, 2021

It is safe to say that Disney has truly mastered the polarity between good and evil. Producing some of the most successful and wicked villains of all time, Disney gives them all one thing in common: a...

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