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Recognize signs of abuse before it’s too late

Staff

April 2, 2019

Filed under In-Depth, Opinion

Being controlling, possessive or violent are red flags that appear early in abusive relationships. One third of U.S. teens have been victims of physical or emotional dating abuse according to National Domestic Violence Hotline....

Teen abuse remains widely unreported

Michael Minton, Writer

April 2, 2019

Filed under In-Depth

Domestic abuse is a widespread problem in the United States, that does not discriminate — according to loveisrespect.org about 1.5 million high school students have experienced abuse in their relationship, and according to childhelp.org,...

Suffering in silence

Skyler Middleton, Online editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under In-Depth, Uncategorized

Anna* giggled as she and her boyfriend, Cole*, sat on a friend’s patio and playfully argued over whether or not Panic! At the Disco was worth listening to. Anna smiled while lightly punching his shoulder as she joked that he...

Behind closed doors

Reya Mosby, Writer

April 2, 2019

Filed under In-Depth, Uncategorized

As Kate* sat listening to her teacher lecture, her mind drifted back her to relive childhood memories. Preschooler Kate sat playing with her toys. She stopped when her dad, Rick*, stumbled through the door with a red face and...

The new American dream

Staff

February 7, 2019

Filed under In-Depth, Opinion

Many millenials are forgoing the traditional staples of the American dream — homeownership, children, and independence from parents — not always due to choice, but to student loan debt. While the definition of the American...

End the cycle of discrimination

Staff

December 11, 2018

Filed under In-Depth, Opinion

Since the Revolution, America has been a symbol of hope for those who seek freedom and prosperity. However, The United States has become a hypocritical nation. For hopeful immigrants, America, land of the free, is becoming nothing...

Forced to Flee

Reya Mosby, Writer

December 11, 2018

Filed under Feature, In-Depth, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Apr. 27, 2016 On the way out of their home country, the Venezuelan family was on high alert. Though they had work visas to legally enter the United States, they had heard the horror stories of the corrupt Venezuelan police not...

Students need to care about recycling

Staff

November 2, 2018

Filed under In-Depth

A recent Marquee poll revealed that 90 percent of students believe the school should be more environmentally friendly, but only 30 percent of students recycle. The same poll also showed that 62 percent of students recycle at home...

Americans are creating an internal war

Staff

November 2, 2018

Filed under In-Depth, Opinion

The country has become more divided than ever in recent years, and now we’re creating our own civil war between political parties. Issues that shouldn’t be partisan are. During the recent Brett Kavanaugh hearings, people blindly...

A campus divided

A campus divided

November 2, 2018

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