Arizona governor vetoes discriminatory bill

Hailey Maher

March 27, 2014

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It seemed, for a second, as if America was heading backwards. Thankfully, Governor Jan Brewer, republican, of Arizona squashed that notion when she vetoed a religious bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service...

A reflection on journalism

A reflection on journalism

February 11, 2014

Live from Sochi

February 11, 2014

How to beat the winter blues

Halley Egnew

January 9, 2014

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Though winter officially begins on December 21st, it’s been dark in Tacoma since September. By now I bet you’ve felt the winter blues. It happened every year: the night slowly begins to get longer, the weather gradually gets drear...

Christmas too early?

Christmas too early?

November 14, 2013

A critique on criticism

Hailey Maher

October 13, 2013

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I strongly dislike criticism. Needless criticism. I strongly dislike needless criticism, criticism with no purpose other than criticizing, the type which does all harm and no good, which deteriorates one’s well-being and...

The Orton Hall ghost

Alivia Brown

October 7, 2013

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Some people might call it a ghost, others may call it a spirit, but either way there is some sort of presence roaming around Orton Hall. With the start of the new school year, many rooms needed to be cleaned out for the availability...

The Age of Information?

Halley Egnew

October 7, 2013

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We live in an age of information. The latest trends, sports scores, and weather reports are all just a swipe away. Constantly, we are ambushed by advertisements, TV shows, and radio. Six hours a day at school, what we learn is...

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