What I Have Learned From Advocating For The Boundary Waters In D.C.

What I Have Learned From Advocating For The Boundary Waters In D.C.

Ellie Retzlaff, Deputy Feature Editor

December 21, 2018


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

The elusive Capitol Hill, and some of the most important people in our country, were about three blocks away from my hotel. To me, someone who has always been interested in politics, it was crazy to be able to walk into these buildings, to eat lunch where senators and representatives had been, but, most of all, to meet the politicians, the lawmakers of our country, and to have them listen to what I was saying.

The Simplistic Capsule Wardrobe And The Numerous Impacts It Can Have

The Simplistic Capsule Wardrobe And The Numerous Impacts It Can Have

Ray Shehadeh, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

Lucie Fink is a well known producer and content creator for Refinery29’s page on YouTube. The “5 Days Challenges” is a series where she explores new lifestyle concepts and implements them across the span of five days. One such video presented is “5 Days of a Capsule Wardrobe.”

Ranking the Five Most Classic Holiday Episodes of “The Office” and “Friends”

Ranking the Five Most Classic Holiday Episodes of “The Office” and “Friends”

Kerrera Jackson, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Friends and The Office are indisputably some of the best and most well-known sitcoms of all time. Riddled with all kinds of hilarious and sweet moments, these shows are especially well known for their holiday episodes. While all of their holiday season episodes are great, below are the top five holiday episodes from each show, with number one being the undoubtedly funniest and most unmissable one of all.

What Makes South Korean Snack Foods Different From American Snacks

What Makes South Korean Snack Foods Different From American Snacks

Chaehyun Lee, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

People across the world love to eat snacks. Some snacks are universal, like chocolate, chips, jelly, and popcorn. However, most countries have their own unique snacks.

The Long Process of Commiting to a College: Behind the Critical Decision

The Long Process of Commiting to a College: Behind the Critical Decision

Emma Ostrom, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Friday, December 7th, was the first Coffeehouse of the school year, and it’s safe to say it was a success. Students displayed all kinds of musical talent from singing to saxophone and accordion playing. Those who attended were engaged, enthusiastic, and inclined to agree it was a great night. The students running the event were quick on their feet, keeping the everything running smoothly. It is evident that a lot of hard work went into that night. So how do they plan a successful coffeehouse?

Do Not Disturb: Consequences of Invading an Isolated Tribe

Do Not Disturb: Consequences of Invading an Isolated Tribe

Jing Mcintosh-Yee, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

Indigenous people reside in all regions of the world, particularly in locations with high biodiversity. Despite the fact that Indigenous groups live in rather remote and isolated areas, they are strongly affected by climate change and the rapidly developing technological world.

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