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De-Collectivizing Collective Bargaining in Iowa

De-Collectivizing Collective Bargaining in Iowa

Lisa Cochran, Co-editor-in-chief

May 17, 2017


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In the wake of recent political events, the issue of collective bargaining has become prevalent in our community. Recently, the district took a vote on this issue and a new law was put into place by Republican legislators- House file 291. While not all facets of the Iowa workforce were negatively affec...

The New World Order

The New World Order

Skip Stevens, The Reporter

April 24, 2017


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(We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming)   When in the course of human events it becomes apparent that we the people have so digressed from the individual investigation of truth to instead rely solely on the information presented to us by the established education and media out...

Your Shirt Costs More Than You Think

Jourdan-Ashle Barnes, Reporter

April 20, 2017


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Being able to buy cute clothes for a good price seems like the perfect deal for most consumers. However, very few people realize the long-term effects of these purchases. Fast fashion is defined as retailers using designs to capture designs as they move from catwalk to store front very quickly. Tradi...

Teacher Sleep

Lucas Bleyle, Print Manager

March 23, 2017


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It’s widely known that the High School a time of less than adequate sleep for students, but does this trend extend to teachers? An unscientific poll conducted by Chiara Travesset and Lucas Bleyle concludes that sampling of teachers from all different departments sleep 6 and a half hours a night. Acc...

Iowa State University’s President Leath Resigns

Iowa State University’s President Leath Resigns

Elizabeth Jackson, Reporter

March 22, 2017


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It was announced on Monday, March 20th, that Iowa State University’s President Leath would be the new president of Auburn University in Alabama. President Leath will be replacing Jay Gogue who is retiring. Leath will leave Iowa State in either May or June and will begin his new job on July 15th. Pr...

The Truth Within The Lies of Media

The Truth Within The Lies of Media

Fake news stories thriving on social media - CNN Video

Phony news stories are thriving on social media, so much so President Obama addressed it. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.

McKenzie Reimer, Co-Editor In Chief

March 22, 2017


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Since the beginning of time, information has traveled fast from person to person. Unfortunately, along with this comes the spread of false and often inaccurate information. This leads the people of our world to believe lies about their government, their nations, and even their own neighbor. The information...

Novus Ordo Seclorum Pt. 1

Novus Ordo Seclorum Pt. 1

Skip Stevens, The Reporter

March 21, 2017


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(We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming)   When in the course of human events it becomes apparent that we, the people, have so digressed from the individual investigation of truth to instead rely solely on the information presented us by the established education and media outlet...

The 5 issues multi activity students are likely to face

The 5 issues multi activity students are likely to face

Sam Stuve, Reporter

February 23, 2017


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There are a lot of multi sport/activity students in our high school. Some of them struggle, some of the flourish. Some people put too much on their plate and it affects how well they do those activities. This is not to say that regular students face no issues at all. That would be a completely ign...

A Letter to My Anxiety Disorder

A Letter to My Anxiety Disorder

Sabrina Lang, Reviews Editor

February 13, 2017


Filed under In-Depth, Uncategorized

I remember the first time I met you. I was seven years old curled up in the fetal position crying hysterically and hyperventilating. You were the only one there to help me cope when my parents were fighting. You were there when I wanted to make new friends on the playground cautioning me to keep to myself...

Myers-Briggs is something you should care about.

Myers-Briggs is something you should care about.

Hayley Martens, Campus Life Editor

February 9, 2017


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School is hard; everyday we are forced to talk and work with all sorts of people. To say that you genuinely love everyone that you have ever interacted with would be a blatant lie. People are different, some people click and some don’t. If you think about it, who you are today is mostly based on th...

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