by Chloe Clifford, Staff Writer Many Americans find football to be a focal point of their autumn and winter, with Thanksgiving pick-up games to fantasy leagues. While football may be a positive hobby for some, for others it is a terrifying reminder of what caused their loved ones to change […]
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By John Paul Abda, Feature Editor Climate change has created a stark divide worldwide. Many individuals in the United States feel as though climate change should be a leading federal priority, while others place the issue relatively low on their list of causes. As the issue gains more attention, the […]
By David Zvirman, Staff Writer On February 9, 2017, the Ninth Circuit upheld the suspension of President Donald Trump’s executive order concerning the oft-called “travel ban.” The actual title of this order is Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States, and it was executed on […]
By Katherine Littlejohn, Staff Writer Get dressed. Eat breakfast. Get Starbucks. Head to work. That is the daily schedule for many, whether in the business world or still in school. Starbucks, however, has been battling unruly customers in court over the amount of drink-product customers are given with their […]
By Julie Williams, Associate Editor July 20, 2012. Gunman James Holmes stormed into Century 16 Theater in Aurora, Colorado, and set forth an attack on innocent moviegoers. He murdered 12 people and wounded 70 others. Children were among the victims — including an unborn baby. It was one of […]