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Half Life 2: an Amazing Sequel

Varun Prasanna March 2, 2021

Hey, and welcome back. If you have kept up with my previous reviews, you will know what to expect and you will see what I think of this series overall. Well, I am glad to say that this game has surpassed...

Credit: Carbon Footprint, example of project in South America.

Lowering Your Carbon Footprint by Not Getting Up From the Chair

Varun Prasanna, WEB Editor January 28, 2021

Despite how the world was going last year, there was one major positive that happened that is sort of unsurprising when you think about it. Overall carbon emissions were down last year due to less people...

The same trees greet me on my walk every time.

Walking: A Sense of Familiarity

Varun Prasanna, Reporter December 17, 2020

When Covid happened, everything that resembled order was thrown out of our lives. Nothing was set in stone anymore, things we took for granted were no longer there. During the early months of quarantine,...

A screenshot of the interview with Dr.Nyberg.

Interview With The New Principal: Dr. Nyberg

Humza Maqsood and Varun Prasanna October 14, 2020

Before we were supposed to interview Dr. Nyberg, we had nervous thoughts, We were discussing how to approach this interview with the principal most people haven’t met, but as we asked the following questions...

Sam at an Irish dancing competition.

Sam Johnson: Ames High’s (Irish) Dancing Queen

Erik Nelson, Reporter February 25, 2020

Precision. Fluidity. Large hair. The mysteries and secrets of Irish dancing are held within unassuming senior Sam Johnson. Already an accomplished and active student, you could find Sam planning Dance...

Has ‘PC’ culture gone too far?

Jonathan Watt, Opinion Editor May 30, 2019

Seventy-one percent of Americans, in a recent survey from CATO, say that political correctness ”...silence[s] discussions society needs to have.” In today’s political landscape, that is all too true;...

Jonny’s Big Break

Jonathan Watt, Opinion Editor May 30, 2019

Between the time it’s taken me to start writing this and the time I actually started writing this, I’ve scrolled through 6 Spotify playlists and watched a total of 33 Youtube videos (I counted in my...

Mr. Lachen

Mr. Lachen

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter May 20, 2019

  Mr. Lachen, a  name known by many and loved by all. But now he has a  daughter, and needs to stay home to care for her and teach her the ways of science. He wants to leave to make sure that...

Proudly, relentlessly wrong

Proudly, relentlessly wrong

Lucas Bleyle, Co-Editor in Chief May 17, 2019

After four years of writing for the WEB, my time to write a senior column is here. It’s my time to write about me. For all my articles up until this point (minus two opinion pieces), I have kept first...

Why Study Philosophy

Why Study Philosophy

Ezra Shirtcliff, Editor April 18, 2019

How was the world created? Is there any will or meaning behind what happens? Is there a life after death? How should we live? People have been asking these questions throughout the ages. We can’t name...

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